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What is e? I know it is Euler's constant and the natural number whatever but what is it?

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    i mean euler's number sorry

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    its about 2.7 or so....
    its the sum of the infinite series


    1+ 1/1 +1/1*2 + 1/1*2*3 + 1/1*2*3*4....

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    right...thanks

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