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I am not sure what model you are referring to. In general, to calculate natural logarithms you use the ln key. To calculate the exponential (e^x) you use [2nd] [LN] (e^x)
For decimal logarithms (logarithms in base 10) Use the [log] key. The inverse of the log(x) function is the power function 10^x. To access this function , use [2nd][log] (10^x).
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