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BONUS: Mathematical Operations and Functions

Logarithmic and natural logarithmic functions of numbers. 

Logarithmic Functions

The logarithmic base 10 form represents the exponent that 10 must be raised in order to obtain that specific number. 

Concept #1: Logarithmic Functions

Example #1: Logarithmic Functions

Example #2: Logarithmic Functions

Inverse Logarithmic Functions

The inverse or anti-logarithmic function is the opposite of the logarithmic function. 

Concept #2: Inverse Logarithmic Functions

Natural Logarithmic Functions

The natural logarithmic function ln is the exponent to which e must be raised to determine that number. 

Concept #3: Natural Logarithmic Functions

Logarithmic Relationships

The similarities between logarithmic and natural logarithmic functions are outlined below. 

Concept #4: Logarithmic Relationships