Where in nature does the natural number (e, also known as the logarithmic number) occur?
I will appreciate both the answers you already know, and the HUGE paragraphs of text you manage to copy-paste from Google and Wikipedia.
ERM... no Moi, thats not right. Go google again... It is e^x (e to the power of x) where x = 1.
Almost, RH. e is approximately = 2. Like you get the special number pi, which is used to calculate the size of a circle (amongst other things) you get the special number, very often used in maths, called e, which is equal to 2.718281828. It is an enormously interesting number that pops up everywhere in nature. You'd be amazed!!!
Moi.. I studied Math at varsity when I did a degree in engineering. I can bore you to death with my math knowledge...
64 mths ago
Good one JP and Gesiggie. But my Chemistry knowledge is not up to scratch... Also investigate Fibonacci, lenghts, snails, honeycombs.