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No, the problem is that instead of entering the real e, the real McCoy, I entered just a letter e, like a letter a, or b, or c , etc.


 If I entered just the normal e (that isn't exp(x), but actually a variable e that isn't linked to anything) I get ex/ln(e). 


Yes!  This is what I did.  Thanks for the help.  It's going to take me some time to get used to this great program.


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