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10) e is less challenging to spell than pi.

9) e ~=2.718281828459045, which can be easily

memorized to its billionth place, whereas

pi needs "skills" to be memorized.

8) The character for "e" is so cheap that it can be

found on a keyboard, but pi is

special (it's under "special symbols" in word

processor programs).

7) Pi is the bigger piece of pie.

6) e has an easy limit definition and infinite series;

the limit definition of pi and the infinite

series are much harder.

5) With e you understand what it is even though

you start learning it late when you are in

pre-calculus, but pi, even after five or six years

it's still hard to know what it really is.

4) People mistakenly confuse Euler's Number (e)

with Euler's Constant (gamma). There is no

confusion with the one and only pi.

3) e is named after a person, but pi stands for itself.

2) Pi is much shorter and easier to say than "Euler's Number."

And the number one reason why e is inferior to pi is...

1) To read pi, you don't have to know that Euler's name is really pronounced Oiler.

...credited to feldco#NoSpam.aol.com, whoever that may be