# What is the value of Lne?

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Baibhab Sahu , studies Physics & Mathematics at St. Xavier’s High School, Khandagiri, Bhubaneswar (2025)
Answered January 2, 2019

lnx = Log x base e

So we know that log x Base x is equal to 1

So lne = log e base e = 1

So lne = 1

Sarthak Chauhan
Answered January 2, 2019

ln means log (base e).. so the answer of ln(e) is 1.

LOGeE is equal to 1…

bcz ln means log to the base e and ln e is equal to 1 bcz base is equal to the value x

Atul Kumar, B.tech Computer Science Engineering (2021)
Answered January 2, 2019

ln is logarithm with base e

i.e log(base e)

And we know that

Log of anything with same base is 1

So the value of lne is 1

Asha Agarwal , M.Sc. from Chaudhary Charan Singh University (1991)

Answered January 2, 2019

1ne means logarithm of “e” at base “e” =1

How does ln e= 1?
What is the value of ln(0)?
Why does ln(1)=0
?
What is the value of ln(1)?
What is value of ln?
When is ln x equal to 1?
What is
?
How do I solve for x when lnx=1+ln(x-1)?
How do you solve ln(x) + x = 1 without a calculator?
Why is the derivative of ln(x

) equal to 1/x

?
What is the minimum value of x to the power of x?
What is x if ln(x) =0?
How do I solve this triple integral 10(1x0(1xy0xyzdz)dy)dx
?
If x=rcosϴ, y=rsinϴ, what would be the derivative and double derivative of ϴ with respect to x and with respect to y? I know how to get dx/dϴ, the other way round is confusing me.
What type of series is lnxx

? It looks like none of the methods work…

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