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Exponents and Logarithms
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Logistic Model for Population Growth
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Exponential Model for Population Growth
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Benford's Law and Data Spread
Polynomial Approximation of the Exponential Function
Non-logarithmic Slide Rule
Prefix Unit Converter
Circular Slide Rule
Twelve-Tone Equal-Tempered Scales
Swing the Logarithmic Curve around (1, 0)
The Derivative of a to the Power x
Complex Slide Rule
Euler's Method for the Exponential Function
The Natural Logarithm is the Limit of the Integrals of Powers
The Repeated Power Function
Calculating Integer Logarithms in Different Bases
Natural Logarithm Approximated by Continued Fractions
A Monotone Sequence Bounded by e
A Visualization of Logarithms
A Recursive Sequence Convergent to e
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