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I'm moving and my office is all in boxes so I have no access to the help files.

First what is the syntax for the natural log function in VB and second how do I raise a variable to a power. For example X raised to the power of 3.


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Result = x ^ 3

To raise a variable to a designated power.

Result = Log(x)

Is the natural log of x
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i think this is a duplicate question. please ask CS to delete the question.
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