Yes I have been "dead" for a while, I am back! I was learning about logarithms and on the test it threw this equation at me.
\(y=-\ln x +2\)
What on earth is LN? Or is it 1n? Why didn't my book tell me about this?
On a side note, what is the proper way to pronounce logarithm?
ln is the 'natural logarithm' based on e LOG is the base 10 logarithm.
you are amazing and my book is lazy lol
thanks for telling me what ln is
also do you know what the proper way to pronounce logarithm is? i pronounce it log like in...well..log, but my friends say loge like in go,boat, whatever...
This is not an equation.....it's a graph of the natural log function reflected about the x axis and shifted up 2 units
Here's a graph of the parent function and this one :