|Nov6-12, 03:54 PM||#1|
exponential e units
Is there a reason why e doesn't have units attached? I've kind of just accepted it but was wondering the reason behind it.
|Nov6-12, 03:59 PM||#2|
Same reason π doesn't have any units attached.
e, π, i, etc. are numbers.
|Nov6-12, 04:04 PM||#3|
haha. okay that makes sense.
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