To find the natural logarithm of a number in TypeScript, you can use the `Math.log()`

method. This method returns the natural logarithm of the number passed to it as an argument.

Here is an example code block:

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In this example, `number`

is the value you want to find the natural logarithm of. The `Math.log()`

function is called with `number`

as its argument, and the result is stored in the `naturalLogarithm`

variable. Finally, we use `console.log()`

to display the result in the console.

This code block will output the natural logarithm of 10, which is approximately equal to 2.302585092994046.

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