# e^(

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(84) :e^(value)

Takes *e* (Euler's number, 2.718281828...), and multiples it to the power (exponent) of a specified value. This is a shortcut for `e^value`

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Although a special character exists in TI-84-Basic, the long form must be used in TI-89.

## Location Edit

TI-84

- 2ND + LN (e
^{x})

TI-89

- ◇ + x (e
^{x})

## Examples Edit

`e^(4)`

- The above equation would give you an answer of approximately 54.59815003, because .

`e^(0)`

- The above equation would give you an answer of 1, because any number to the power (exponent) of zero is 1.