# Euler's Number

Basically, this is Leonhard Euler:

One of his eyes cannot see because he got ill. He is one of the best mathematicians ever.

## Derive **E**

Covered in my WEEKLY, you can use limits (I used this one):

Or, as @ApoorvSingal told me :D

## Usages

You can use it for your awesome *natural logarithms* and also exponential growth/decay.

## Navigation

Command | Description |
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Up arrow/W | Move up |

Down Arrow/S | Move down |

Enter | Select item |

This is so confusing -- what does your program do?

um it do the weekly @JosephSanthosh

what part confuses you? @JosephSanthosh

is this a calculator? um the program. @Coder100

oh, well the weekly says *praise E* @JosephSanthosh

this program does all things e: calculate it and a calculat**or** for its purposes @JosephSanthosh

How do you use ur calculator? @Coder100

um, where @JosephSanthosh

You said this was a calculator how do I use it? @Coder100

well, it kinda is a calculator a bit misleading it "calculates" e @JosephSanthosh

use arrow keys to move and enter to do stuff @JosephSanthosh

oh ok -- that was confusing. @Coder100

SCORED.

y r u doing calc in 8th grade xD

@LiamDonohue lmao whats the problem

xD isnt that like high school stuff @Coder100

lol yeah @LiamDonohue

The factorial series starts with i=0, not i=1. But yeah your code has it right.

haha oops @ApoorvSingal

Yessir, Euler was a great guy.

YAYAYAYYAYAYA @HahaYes

@HahaYes Haha Yes

You messed up the Math.Log call in the Ln function on usage.cs. The first parameter should be num, and the second should be Math.E, not the other way around: cool docs

oops that makes sense @SixBeeps

thank you!! @SixBeeps

@Coder100 Oh yeah, much more accurate now :D

:D @SixBeeps

I wonder why the base doesn't come first

maybe how it's overloaded? @SixBeeps