# Algebra

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• Algebra -

If you mean ln (x) = negative number, yes, they can.
If you mean ln (negative number) = y, no it's not possible. If you plot ln x, the plot is asymptotic to y-axis from the right (positive values of x only), therefore the plot will never reach x equal to zero nor the negative values.

hope that's clear ^^;

• Algebra -

Okay, thank you!

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