- A constant used in numerical analysis, approximately equal to 0.577216. It represents the limit of the series 1 + 1/ 2 + 1/ 3 + 1/ 4 + ... 1/ n − (natural logarithm of n), as n tends to infinity. It is not known whether this is a rational number or not.More example sentences
- He investigated the series and calculated Euler's constant to 15 decimal places.
- In Adnotationes ad calculum integrale Euleri Mascheroni calculated Euler's constant to 32 decimal places.
- For example he computed Euler's constant to 1271 decimal places and published the result in 1962.
mid 19th century: named after L. Euler (see Euler, Leonhard).
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