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rewrite as an equivalent loganthmic

e-^2=0.1353

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  1. Given:
    e^(-2)=0.1353
    Take (natural) log on both sides:
    log(e^(-2))=log(0.1353) ...(1)

    Since log(base n)n^x = x
    then logee^x = x

    We rewrite the previous expression (1) as
    -2 = loge(0.1353)
    or
    loge(0.1353) = -2

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