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Logarithms have a base, often it's 10 so (for example) log100=2
e is a special number, 2.718......, and in certain problems it is useful to use logs to the base e, the abbreviation being ln

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Natural Log Of E

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What does lne (Natural Log e) equal to?

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Any time you have log(base=b)(b)=1 These are inverse functions of each other .
On you calculator take ln(e^1) where you evaluate e^1 using the " e^x" key

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Are you asking for the value of "e" or are you asking for the value of Ln e?????????
Ln(base e) of e = 1 because e^1 = e

Do you mean ln(e)? If so ln(e) = 1