Subject: Why isn't the symbol of a natural logarithm nl instead of ln?
Date: Tue Feb 8 13:27:30 2000
Posted by Michele Lane
Grade level: 10-12
School: Mt. Vernon High School
City: Mt. Vernon State/Province: Ohio
Area of science: Other
Our calculus class, known as "Lane Land" or "Crazy Lane's class", is
studying e and natural logs, and couldn't figure out why it was ln. Does
it fit on a calculator button better??? Thank you!!!!
Re: Why isn't the symbol of a natural logarithm nl instead of ln?
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