Can you help me solve this logarithmic expression?
I'm learning how to solve logarithmic functions and equations in my college algebra class. This one is giving me a tough time, though, because it's not an equation or a function - it's just an expression. Can you help me solve it?
e^(2 ln π)
Thanks for any help you can provide.
π means "pi"
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I certainly cant but i know a guy
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I received the following satisfactory response on Yahoo! Answers.
"mere expressions can't be "solved." this one doesn't even have a variable, however, so it can be evaluated. b^log_b(x) = x so e^(2ln(π)) e^ln(π²) ← power rule π²
Yup, that looks right. I haven't used any of that stuff since I got my degree in Computer Science ^_^