Exponential Function - Applied Mathematics - Prof. Gil Strang - Lecture 5 of 18 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Applied Mathematics

Description: Prof. Gil Strang explains how the "magic number e" connects to ordinary things like the interest on a bank account. The graph of y = e^x has the special property that its slope equals its height (it goes up "exponentially fast"!). This is the great function of calculus.
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University: Harvard University (MA)
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