108: e^x and ln(x)

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Introducing e

F1-14 [Exponentials: Introducing e via Compound Interest]

F2-01 [Exponential Model: Another way of deriving e]

The Gradient Function

F2-02 [Exponential Model: The Gradient of e^kx]

Sketching y = e^x

F1-17 [Exponentials: Sketching y = e^x]

The Natural Logarithm ln(x)

F3-13 [Logarithms: Introducing The Natural Logarithm ln(x)]

Log Laws with ln(x)

F4-08 [Laws of Logarithms: In terms of ln(x)]

F4-09 [Laws of Logarithms: Using the Laws]

F4-10 [Laws of Logarithms: Writing in the form ln(k)]

F4-11 [Laws of Logarithms: Writing as a Single Logarithm]

F4-12 [Laws of Logarithms: Examples]

F4-13 [Laws of Logarithms: Tougher Example]

Solving e^x = k

F5-22 [Exponential Equations: Solve e^x = 5]

F5-23 [Exponential Equations: Solve e^(2x-3) = 4]

F5-24 [Exponential Equations: Examples with e]

F5-25 [Exponential Equations: Hidden Quadratics in terms of e]

F5-26 [Exponential Equations: Examples of Hidden Quadratics in terms of e]

Solving ln(x) = k

F5-32 [Logarithmic Equations: Solve ln(x) = 3]

F5-33 [Logarithmic Equations: Solve ln(5x - 4) = 6]

F5-34 [Logarithmic Equations: Solve ln(x+1) + ln(x) = ln(6)]

F5-35 [Logarithmic Equations: Natural Logarithm Equation Examples]