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# What Is the Natural Log of One?

**The natural logarithm of one is equal to zero.** This value is given because the slope created by graphing the values of ln(x) = y and x will cross the line at x = 1, giving a y-value of zero.

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The natural log function is the logarithmic function with base e, where e has a rounded value of 2.71828. The natural log function is the summation of all the values from one to x when x is greater than zero. The summation is taken from the function of the derivative of a number divided by the number. There are other natural log function values, such as zero, which produce a value of one.

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