i know it is defined as such but is there a proof that the integral of 1/e = ln e?  if you work from the graph of 1/t from 1 to e, how do we know that the area under the curve is 1 without doing the integration?  thanks
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me thank yer konfuzed....e be a konstant, so 1/e=konst.

integral av konstant=konstant*x evaluated at 2 points

=konstant*(point2 -point1)

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