Re: Re: Log[x]//TraditionalForm
It never fails to amaze me how dogmatic some people can be about the
conventions of notation.
Or how hard it is for some people to notice a tongue planted firmly
in a cheek.
On Feb 11, 2009, at 3:16 AM, slawek wrote:
> U=BFytkownik "Lou Talman" <talmanl at mscd.edu> napisa=B3 w wiadomo=B6ci
> news:gmrm45$9m4$1 at smc.vnet.net...
>> The notational distinction between "ln" and "log" makes sense for
>> engineers who must use both natural logarithms and common
>> logarithms. But in advanced mathematics there is only one logarithm.
> False. The ln/log/alog was introduced when base ten logarithms was
> to calculation like:
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