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Name: jeff d rothman
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Date: Around 1995


Question:
I was wondering if anyone could send me some information on "e".


Replies:
I believe project Gutenberg is publishing a book consisting of e to 1 million digits or so - if that is what you would like! You can ftp to mrcnext.cso.uiuc.edu and see what they have got.

asmith


See the discussion in "The Mechanical Universe" textbook, the one by Olenick, et. al., section 3.4.

jlu



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