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ln(x^2y)^3. when you expand this natural log is e. so it would be 6lnex +3lney. but my answer doesn't have an e in it. how come?

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  1. when you write ln instead of log, the base e is implied.

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  2. if i wrote e, is it technically wrong?

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  3. Not really wrong.

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