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Mathematical Constants
Mathematica incorporates the latest algorithms—some original to Wolfram Research—for evaluating mathematical constants to any number of digits of precision. For basic constants like Pi and ExponentialE, millions of digits can routinely be computed in seconds.
Pi (Pi) — pi PiTildeEqual3.14 (entered as Esc p Esc)
E (ExponentialE) — exponential constant eTildeEqual2.718 (entered as Esc ee Esc "exponential e")
Degree (°) — conversion factor from radians to degrees (entered as Esc deg Esc)
GoldenRatio golden ratio PhiTildeEqual1.618
EulerGamma Euler's constant GammaTildeEqual0.577
StieltjesGamma Stieltjes constants Gamman
Catalan Catalan's constant CTildeEqual0.916
Glaisher Glaisher's constant ATildeEqual1.282
Khinchin Khinchin's constant KTildeEqual2.685
ChampernowneNumber Champernowne numbers Cb
    
    
I (ImaginaryI) — (entered as Esc ii Esc "imaginary i")
Root general root of a polynomial
    
N evaluate to any precision
RealDigits list of digits
ContinuedFraction continued fraction expansion
FullSimplify simplify symbolic expressions involving constants
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