Jordan E.

asked • 01/27/19# Compute the exponential (exp) of y = [ln(0.5), ln(1), ln(e)]

I am confused as to what answer they are looking for.

I have tried a few things and I don't know which one is right.

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## 1 Expert Answer

Raymond B. answered • 03/25/20

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if you perform an inverse operation, you just get back what you started with.

e^{y} = .05, 1 and e if y= ln(0.5), ln(1) and ln(e)

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