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Exponents and Logarithms
Demonstrations 21 - 39 of 39
A Recursive Sequence Convergent to e
The Arithmetic-Logarithmic-Geometric Mean Inequality
Geometry of Logarithms
The x^x Spindle
Approximating the Logarithm of Any Base with Continued Fractions
Tangent Lines to Exponential and Logarithmic Functions through the Origin
False Logarithm Series
Laws of Exponents
Graphs of Successive Digits of Pi, e, and Phi
Rules for Logarithms
Von Neumann Exponent Calculator
Power Law Tails in Log Normal Data
Plot, Log Plot, and Beyond
Powers of Complex Numbers
Local Digit Values
The Prime Number Theorem
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