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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I mean, e is [tex](1+(1/n))^n[/tex] as n approaches infinity.

Now, if you put [tex]\infty[/tex] instead of n, you get [tex](1+(1/\infty))^\infty=(1+0)^\infty=1[/tex]

So how can e be 2.71828183... when you get 1?

Note that I am 12, so if it is obvious, don't attack me

Now, if you put [tex]\infty[/tex] instead of n, you get [tex](1+(1/\infty))^\infty=(1+0)^\infty=1[/tex]

So how can e be 2.71828183... when you get 1?

Note that I am 12, so if it is obvious, don't attack me