# Computing e to Any Power: Index

I’m doing something that I should have done a long time ago: collecting a series of posts into one single post. The following links comprised my series examining one of Richard Feynman’s anecdotes about mentally computing $e^x$ for three different values of $x$.

Part 1: Feynman’s anecdote.

Part 2: Logarithm and antilogarithm tables from the 1940s.

Part 3: A closer look at Feynman’s computation of $e^{3.3}$.

Part 4: A closer look at Feynman’s computation of $e^{3}$.

Part 5: A closer look at Feynman’s computation of $e^{1.4}$.

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