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what is the base of a natural logarithm...?

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    e

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    2.718281828

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    well the question matt places 1200 in an investment account earning an anual rate of 6.5 compouned continously.is using the formula v= Pe^rt where v is the value of account in t years P is the principal initially invested , e is the base of a natural logarithm and r is the rate of interest determine the amound of money to the nearest cent, that matt will have in the account after 10 years

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