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EtymologyEdit

Probably from New Latin logarithmus naturalis (natural logarithm). At the time of the discovery of logarithms and e, Latin was the language of science.

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ln

  1. (mathematics) natural logarithm; logarithm to the base e.
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ln

  1. Abbreviation of lane.

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