Today’s Holiday: “e” Day

February 7, 2016

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Yup, today’s holiday is basically just a math pun.

One of the most important numbers in the world of math, e is an irrational number that has virtually no end (this is different from pi because pi doesn’t repeat itself). However, mathematicians generally summorize the digits to be 2.7182818.

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The number e is mostly used in logarithms and exponential growth. You see them in algebra and use them quite a bit in calculus (I know from experience just how… Fun this number can be).

Also, this number is otherwise known as Euler’s number, named after the Swiss man Leonhard Euler who discovered the number.

To celebrate today, well…

This is gonna sound really depressing, but I literally just searched up calculus problems and did my best to review everything I learned last year.

It wasn’t specifically celebrating e, but whatever. At least I celebrated today.

Thinking back on it, I could have easily just eaten a bunch of food that begins with the letter e…

Well.

I guess I took the hard route.

Ahem.

Well, let’s just ignore my sheer lack of sense and move onto something more important. I hope that you found a great way to celebrate today as well! I realize I wrote this post a little late. I just got caught up.

Anyway, until tomorrow!

Have a wonderful day of celebration!


 

Picture source: Blog Salad (I strongly suggest checking this blog out. It has some very mouth-watering foods that make you wish you were a good cook.)

 

Author: Hope Alexandra Cullers

I'm an aspiring writer and relatively seasoned traveler who only wishes to see, experience, and learn more. I'm ADD, HSP, a perfectionist, and an extroverted introvert. I'm crazy about the idea of perspectives, find joy in the little things, and make it my personal mission to see the beauty is everything. Welcome to my blog, and thank you for taking the time to visit! Remember, carpe diem!

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