JavaScript | Math.LN10 property

The Math.LN10 is a property in JavaScript which is simply used to find the value of a natural log of 10.Natural log is of base e which is represented as ln.So, natural log of 10 is represented as ln(10) whose value is approximately 2.302

Difference between property and function in javascript.
Property in JavaScript is nothing but a value whereas method is a function this can be understood anith the help of a example given below.

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<script> 
  
// car is an object. 
var car = {}; 
  
// car.name is a property of the given object. 
car.name = "Audi"
  
    // car.sayModel is a function of the given object. 
    car.sayModel = function() { 
        document.write("A8 <br>"); 
    
                  
    // printing property value. 
    document.write(car.name + '<br>'); 
                  
car.sayModel();  
</script> 

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Output:

Audi
A8

Here as we can see that property of the object car, is going to store the string as “Audi” and it can be accessed with car.name.
sayModel is a method i.e, a function of the object and it can be accessed with car.sayModel().
It can be noticed that sayModel is just a function which use ().

Syntax:

Math.LN10;

Parameters: Here nothing is as parameter because Math.LN10 is not a function but it is a property.
Return Values: It simply return the Value of natural log of 10.

Examples:

Input  : Math.LN10
Output : 2.302585092994046

Explanation: Here simply Value of natural log of 10 i.e, Math.LN10 is shown as ouput.

Let’s see JavaScript code for Math.LN10 property:

  • Example 1:
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    <script>
      // Here value of Math.LN10 is printed.
      document.write(Math.LN10);
    </script>

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    Output:

    2.302585092994046
  • Example 2: Value of natural log of 10 can be printed as in the form of function as shown below.
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    <script>
      // function is being called.
      function get_Value_of_natural_log_of_10()
      {
          return Math.LN10;
      }
      // function is calling.
      document.write(get_Value_of_natural_log_of_10());
    </script>

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    Output:

    2.302585092994046
  • Example 3: Here we consider Math.LN10 as a function but in actual it is a property that is why error as output is being shown.
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    <script>
      // Here we consider Math.LN10 as a function but
      //in actual it is a property that is why error 
      //as output is being shown.
      document.write(Math.LN10(12));
    </script>

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    Output:

    Error: Math.LN10 is not a function

    Note: To check this checkout the console after running the code.

  • Application:Whenever we need to find the value of the natural log of 10 that time we take the help of this property.In mathemaatics it needed a lot.
    Let’s see JavaScript program on this application:

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    <script>
      // Value of Math.LN10 is printed.
      document.write(Math.LN10);
    </script>

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    Output:

     2.302585092994046
  • Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by JavaScript Math.LN10 property are listed below:

    • Google Chrome
    • Internet Explorer
    • Firefox
    • Opera
    • Safari


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