What is e in mathematices? Why e is important in mathematices

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Answer & Explanation

What is e^x?

The number e is a mathematical constant or also known as Euler's number constant.
The constant e is real and irrational number represented by a greek letter (lower case "e").

What is the value of e in mathematices?

The number e is a mathematical constant or also known as Euler's number constant.
The constant e is real and irrational number represented by a greek letter (lower case "e").
Its value is e = 2.72 (approximate)

Properties of e

Here are some properties of "e"
1 - The constant e is real and irrational number
2 - Natural logarithms is represented with base "e".
3 - e^x is called the (natural) exponential function.
2 3 4
x x x x
4 - e = 1 + x + --- + --- + --- + . . .
2! 3! 4!
5 - The approximate value of constant e is 2.71828.