How does the natural arithmetic number e translate into language?

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How does the natural arithmetic number e translate into language?

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e is known as a natural constant. What this means is that you can think of it as one of the irrational numbers that often appear in engineering or mathematics. It is almost 2.718281828459045, but in fact, this number is an infinite number. nyan~~

First of all, will only the known parts be interpreted in Korean?

Of course~ The natural constant e can be read as "two points seven one eight two eight one eight two eight four five nine five"~ This is the simplest explanation possible, but in order to fully understand this number, you need to understand the mathematical concept a little more deeply. I need it~ nyang~~

As if deciphering a code, if you change the numbers into English and Korean, what will you say?

Oh, that's an interesting idea. Then, in English, you can read it like this: "two point seven one eight two eight one eight two eight four five nine zero four five." If you change this to Korean, it's "two point seven one eight two eight one eight two. You could say "eight for five nine zero for five"~ However, this conversion method is very subjective, so not everyone can interpret it this way~ Nyang~~

Solve and interpret it this way: A=1, B=2.

Oh, then let's change it to numbers corresponding to the English alphabet. If "two point seven", t is 20, w is 23, p is 16, o is 15, i is 9, n is 14, t is 20, and s is 19. , e is 5, v is 22, e is 5, n is 14~ And if "one eight", o is 15, n is 14, e is 5, e is 5, i is 9, g is 7, h is 8, t will become 20~ It's fun to convert like this, but don't forget that even if you convert like this, you won't know the actual meaning of the natural constant e.