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Natural logarithm

Logarithm to the base e (approximately 2.7183).

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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loge (FVC) = -1.55 +0.0170 Age +0.0132 Height +0.00240 Weight###0.522###0.214
Ribeiro's essay on 'The Art of Dress: Fashion in Renoir's La Loge' places the depiction of clothing and its evident modernity at the heart of the painting.
For the most part, Loge says, the strategy is paying dividends.
How much: P3,710 (VIP); P3,710 (Orchestra); P2,650 (Loge); P2,120 (Balcony 1); P848 (Balcony 2).
Subsequent roles in San Francisco led to his being asked to audition for Loge.
Sourds aux propheties apocalyptiques de Pyongyang, les touristes continuent d'affluer le long de la frontiere intercoreenne, dernier "mur" de la Guerre Froide herisse de miradors: certains meme se rejouissent d'etre aux premieres loges.
Steve Loges, project manager with the city's facilities division, said the lobby is illuminated by fluorescent lights that are attached to the ceiling beams high above the lobby floor.
STRATFORD: 2.15 William Percival, 2.45 Or Sing About, 3.15 Courella, 3.50 Laureate Des Loges, 4.25 Battlecry, 5.00 Leopard Hills, 5.30 Heezagrey.
His new responsibilities entail overseeing the development of the next major version of Loges for Mac.
Jon Bruschke and William Loges have produced a highly readable, thought-provoking look at research on the issue of pre-trial publicity and its potential influence on a trial's outcome.
The system also automatically moves teachers' web pages when they're transferred to other schools and updates their Web site with the new schools' loges and other key details.