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Calculate the given expression.$$e^{2.37}$$

$$10.6974$$

Algebra

Chapter 4

Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Section 3

The Number $e$

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eso in this problem. We're examining the number E, uh, which is created by Oiler is a famous mathematician. It's about the constant 2.718 And the expectation is that you're going to use a graphing calculator or any calculator for that matter. And you can just type in to the square root of two power eso you get a decimal approximation about 4.113 Uh, what's new? The wrong problem or night? Uh, we're looking at e sorry to the 2.37 power two groups. Pretty 2.37 power lever, about 10.697 Now, if you're curious where the number E comes from, uh, it's from doing, you know, the perp formula. It's It's compounding over and over again. Um, yeah. So this would be, um yeah, infinitely large number of compounding. Basically. Obviously the exponents a little bit different, but anyway, our answers 10.697

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