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Fundamental Theorem of $\mathbb{E}\mathbb{N}\mathbb{G}\mathbb{I}\mathbb{N}\mathbb{E}\mathbb{E}\mathbb{R}\mathbb{I}\mathbb{N}\mathbb{G}$

  • $e = 2$
  • $e = 3$
  • $\pi = 3$
  • $e = \pi$
  • $\sin (x) = x$ $(x\space \mathsf{in}\space \mathsf{radians})$
  • $\cos (x) = 1$
  • $\text{If it's close enough, then it's good enough.}$
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