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I'm presenting a proof that e is transcendental, but I want to spice up the presentation a bit by exploring some interesting perspectives, such as connections to topology, abstract algebra etc. I've already selected the Lindemann–Weierstrass theorem as a possible candidate. Can you suggest some other avenues? This is a first-year UG class, so the concepts used cannot be so technical as to be unexplainable in a timeframe of an hour. Thanks!

Molu