Can someone help?

It’s y= ln(x)

because the property of ln(x) is

ln(e^t)=t ln(e) and since ln(e) =1 it’ll equal t.

I hope this helps.

Source(s): http://ugrad.math.ubc.ca/coursedoc/math100/notes/d…

under “Properties of the natural logarithm”

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