What is ln of 0.100#?

1 Answer
Mar 22, 2018

Answer:

#ln0.100=-2.3026#

Explanation:

#ln# is used for Napier's or natural logarithm i.e. to the base #10#.

Now #0.100=10^(-1)#

hence #log0.100=-1#

As #ln0.100=log0.100/loge# - here #log# is used with base#10#

#ln0.100=-1/loge=-1/0.4343=-2.3026#