# How to Compute Eulerâ€™s Number in R (Example)

In this article, Iâ€™ll illustrate how to get Eulerâ€™s numberâ€™ in the R programming language.

The tutorial consists of this content:

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## Example: Computing Eulerâ€™s Number (e) in R

The following code illustrates how to get Eulerâ€™s number (e) using the exp() function provided by the basic installation of the R programming language.

```exp(1)        # Euler's number (e)
# 2.718282```

We can also use the exp command to compute e^2 by simply inserting a 2 within the exp function:

```exp(2)        # Euler's number to the power of 2 (e^2)
# 7.389056```

The previous R codes can be used to return Eulerâ€™s number, because the exp function computes the exponentiation with base e.

## Video & Further Resources

Would you like to learn more about the computation of Eulerâ€™s number in Râ€™? Then you may want to have a look at the following video instruction of my YouTube channel. In the video instruction, I illustrate the R codes of this tutorial in a live programming session.

Furthermore, you may want to read some of the other tutorials on statisticsglobe.com. I have published numerous tutorials already:

In summary: In this tutorial, I explained how to calculate Eulerâ€™s numberâ€™ in the R programming language. Let me know in the comments, in case you have additional questions and/or comments.

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