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This is a more complicated formula than we are accustomed to seeing in accounting. In refers to: Natural Logarithm - ln(x). If you are interested in the mathematics of this, I suggest you start with the following website: The Excel worksheet above relates to the exhibit on page 390 and computes the -.3219 found in the explanation box within the exhibit. If you click on the worksheet, then double click (all left clicks) the cells that show results of formulas, and then press F2, you will see the formula.
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