# What is the natural logarithm of #e^4.5#?

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Apr 5, 2015

When you have an exponent in the argument of the logarithm, it can be "kicked to the front" as a multiplier.

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Apr 5, 2015

When you have an exponent in the argument of the logarithm, it can be "kicked to the front" as a multiplier.

Since

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