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Natural Log

In mathematics, the exponent to which one must raise the number e (a mathematical constant approximately equal to 2.718) to produce a given number. The natural log has a number of applications across mathematics, including in compound interest.
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lnBEWS is the natural log biennial expenditure weight share at the item area stratum level,
The results confirm that all the panel series are nonstationary except natural log of stock traded at level whereas at first difference all the panel series are stationary.
Natural Log of pack years###0.03###0.02###0.14###1.17###0.25
Using multiple linear regression, there was a significant relationship (P< 0.001; 69.0% of variation accounted for) between the natural log of [EC.sub.1:5] (dS [m.sup.-1]) and [pH.sub.CaCl2] and kaolinite content of the whole soil (% DM).
In terms of other measures of hospital size besides the natural log of total assets, we collect the total patient days and visits (in thousands), total number of discharges (in thousands), and total number of beds (in thousands) from the CMS Cost Reports.
(6) The study used natural log of ([Sale.sub.t]/[Sale.sub.t]) as a measure for growth to provide a comparison with Prakash and Sinha (2013).
LABR t-1= Natural log of lagged basmati acreage (000 hec)
facility, natural log number of hours in education classes per week,
LGDPMP Natural Log GDP at current price Market cost
Now, taking the natural log of both sides of equation (11), we obtain
([double dagger]) The natural log transformed values of exercise-induced IGHC during 30 min of exercise.