# Natural Exponential Function: y = e^x

in hive-196037 •  9 days ago  (edited)

In this video I go over the natural exponential function y = e^x and define it strictly from looking at the inverse of the natural logarithmic function y = ln(x). The natural exponential function is one of the most widely used and important function in all of mathematics so it is important to understand the definition of it.

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·  9 days ago

I don't always define the natural exponential function e^x but when I do I first look at the inverse of ln(x) ;)

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