
 Talk:Natural logarithm  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 
  "log" = natural log is as agreed a convention in mathematics as "sin" = sine or "cosine" = cosine. 
  In simple terms, the natural logarithm function, or, accordingly, powers of e, occur frequently in natural processes (which is why it's called natural logarithm), and, curiously, e to a given power in calculus is its own differential or integral, meaning that it remains constant in calculus. 
  Is "log" not "natural log" by default, for you? 
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