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  • 1. FUNCIÓN EXPONENCIAL Y LOGARÍTMICA<br />
  • 2. FUNCION EXPONENCIAL<br /> Para calcular cualquier potencia de ex, se usa la función EXP( ), teniendo en cuenta que su argumento puede ser cualquier numero real.<br /> El numero e es un numero irracional y su valor es 2,71828…<br />
  • 3. Escribe la fórmula =EXP(A1) en la celda B1<br />Ingresa 8 en la celda A1<br />
  • 4. Se observa 20,0855…en la celda B1, que corresponde a e3<br />
  • 5. FUNCION LOGARITMO NATURAL<br />La función LN( ) calcula el logaritmo natural de un número real, es decir, halla el exponente al cual se debe elevar la constante epara obtener tal potencia<br />Loga b calcula el exponente al cual se eleva a para obtener b<br />
  • 6. Escribe la fórmula =LN(A1) en la celda B1<br />Ingresa 8 en la celda A1<br />
  • 7. Aparece 2,087944…en la celda B1, que corresponde a Ln(8), lo cual significa que e 2,087944… =8<br />

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