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The constant e is an irrational number that occurs widely in mathematics and science. It is approximately equal to the value 2.71828.
The number e is defined as the limit of the expression (1+1/n)n as n becomes infinitely large.
The number e is also known as Euler's number, for Leonhard Euler, who discovered the famous formula eipi=-1, thus expressing the relationship between the constants e, i, and pi.
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