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About Exponents and Logarithms

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dc.description.abstract An exponent is an indicator of the number of times a value multiplies itself, denoted by a superscript number placed on the right of the value. A logarithm is the inverse of an exponential function.
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dc.subject exponents; logarithms; natural log; exponential functions; e en
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dc.title About Exponents and Logarithms en
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