## Precalculus: Mathematics for Calculus, 7th Edition

$\ln (\ln e^{e^{200}})$ e stands for Euler's number Apply the Third Law of Logarithms inside the parenthesis $\ln(e^{200}\times\ln e)$ $\ln(e^{200}\times1)$ ($\ln e$ = 1) $\ln e^{200}$ Apply the Third Law of Logarithms again 200$\times\ln e$ 200$\times$1 =200