Examine the exponential effects of *e* in the form of geometric progression.

The number *e*, also known as Euler's number, is a mathematical constant that converges to approximately 2.71828. Like Pi, it is an irrational and transcendental number. *e* is the base rate of growth shared by all continuous compounding processes.

*e*is expressed as ( 1 + ( 1/n ) )^{n}as n approaches infinity.- Euler's number is named after Swiss mathematician, Leonhard Euler.
*e*is used in the study of compound interest in finance and economics.- The
*e*number has been calculated up to one trillion digits.