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Re: Large numbers

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  • clooneman
    Solve for x: log(x!) = ½ log(2 pi x) + x log x – x log e Are those logs in base 10?
    Message 1 of 15 , Jul 1, 2004
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      Solve for x:

      log(x!) = ½ log(2 pi x) + x log x – x log e

      Are those logs in base 10?
    • Julien
      ... Either way they would have said 1 instead of log(e)... plus log usually means the natural logarithm (also noted ln) .
      Message 2 of 15 , Jul 1, 2004
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        > Solve for x:
        >
        > log(x!) = ½ log(2 pi x) + x log x – x log e
        >
        > Are those logs in base 10?

        Either way they would have said 1 instead of log(e)... plus log
        usually means the natural logarithm (also noted ln) .
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