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- Proving Transcendence [05/15/1999]
How does one prove transcendence in a number?
- The Reality of e [7/26/1996]
Does e exist outside of the classroom? Can I find it in nature?
- Solving the Equation x^y = y^x [12/09/2004]
Solve x^y = y^x for x in terms of y only. Also, how do I find all
possible solutions beyond the obvious ones of x = y, (2,4), and (4,2)?
- Transcendental numbers [11/17/1994]
We just learned about e today and how it is similar to pi because it is
irrational without a radical. Are there any other transcendental numbers,
and if so, how are they used?
- Transcendental Numbers [5/31/1996]
a=.110001000000000000000001..... Where is the next 1?
- Trisecting a Line [01/25/1998]
Is it possible to trisect a line? (Using propositions 1-34, Book 1 of
- What is e? A Ratio? [7/25/1996]
Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Is
there a similar explanation for e?
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