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Someone told me to plug these into a calculator but that really does nothingg...im confused. Someone help? Evaluate each expression to four decimal places. 1. e^2 2. e^-2.5 3. e(1/3) 4. e^sqrt{2}

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  1. anonymous
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    OK

  2. anonymous
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    e is a mathematical constant

  3. anonymous
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    so it actually has a value, i think your calculator should have an \[e\] button

  4. anonymous
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    it doesnt /:

  5. anonymous
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    but e is about 2.7182818284

  6. anonymous
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    ..., it is an irrational number

  7. anonymous
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    like pi

  8. anonymous
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    oooh ok i get you

  9. anonymous
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    so, i think you just didn't know what value e was, so do you think uyou do your problems?

  10. anonymous
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    yep :} thank you ALOT !!

  11. anonymous
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    i believe the "e" is homage to Euler, one of the greatest mathematicians

  12. anonymous
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    so trivia knowledge ;)

  13. anonymous
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    cool :]

  14. anonymous
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    heh, right, so if you need more help, do ask...good luck

  15. anonymous
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    thanks

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