Single Variable Calculus
3. The Definite Integral and its Applications
Part B: Second Fundamental Theorem, Areas, Volumes
Session 54: The Second Fundamental Theorem and ln(x)
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We know that the natural log is the antiderivative of 1/x. This helps us better understand ln(x).
» Clip 1: Alternate Definition of Natural Log (00:10:00)
» Accompanying Notes (PDF)
From Lecture 21 of 18.01 Single Variable Calculus, Fall 2006
Clip 1: Alternate Definition of Natural Log
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» Clip 2: Log of a Product (00:04:00)
Clip 2: Log of a Product
Logs and Exponents
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