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The integral of exp(1/x)..

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E (mathematical constant)! – to base e. The natural logarithm of a positive number k can also be defined directly as the area under the curve y = 1/x between x = 1 and x = k, in which
Chebyshev function! – is the logarithm of the primorial of x, denoted x#: This proves that the primorial x# is asymptotically equal to exp((1+o(1))x), where "o" is the little-o
Transcendental function! – is the function ƒ(x) = exp(1 + πx). While calculating the exceptional set for a given function is not easy, it is known that given any subset of the algebraic
South African Clayton Railmotor! – passenger service. The vehicle was a vertical boilered steam locomotive with a passenger coach as an integral part of the locomotive itself. The first steam
Mollifier! – paragraph 2, "Integral operators". See (Hörmander 1990, p. 14), lemma 1.2.3.: the example is stated in implicit form by first defining f(t) = exp(-1/t) for

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