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|Subject: Re: Familiar (?) 'Didn't Start Early' Story||Date: 2/13/2007 7:57 PM|
|Author: lizmonster||Number: 1851 of 99751|
I thought the interest compounding continuously was one of the classic examples of e.
It probably is. I don't remember it being taught that way, though - I remember the term "compounding," but there was no real-world stuff in any of it. (And for those of you who are going to tell me I should have figured it out from the use of the word "compounding" - well, of course I should have. Except that nobody had ever talked to me about how credit cards worked, so I had no way of making the association.)
Ok, I admit it. I can be a pedantic bore at times
You are many things, Frodo. Pedantic - okay. Boring, not so much.
BTW, thanks for the math review. It brings back pleasant memories.
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