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 Apr 1 comment Showing the map between two surfaces is independent of any curve I have some perhaps very simple / novitiate questions, but ask them anyway: what's the difference between a curve and a surface? and Does "independent" mean "not dependent" in this case? Nov 20 answered Why does the fundamental theorem of calculus work? Jun 9 awarded Yearling Sep 11 awarded Famous Question Aug 5 awarded Good Question Jul 19 awarded Notable Question May 5 awarded Good Question Nov 26 awarded Favorite Question Oct 29 awarded Good Question Oct 27 awarded Yearling Sep 23 awarded Popular Question Sep 12 awarded Notable Question Dec 3 awarded Notable Question Dec 2 awarded Popular Question Sep 8 awarded Yearling Aug 27 awarded Popular Question Aug 4 comment Intuitive Understanding of the constant “$e$” I enjoyed this answer very much, and I'm sorry it was downvoted. Although I don't think I would ever be satisfied giving curt replies in an elevator to someone genuinely interested in Mathematics, you pointed out user02138's answer (the velocity one) to me -- [mind blown] meets [mental satisfaction] Aug 4 comment Intuitive Understanding of the constant “$e$” it's unfortunate that you cannot hug someone or high five someone through a web browser yet, but I would at least like to say thanks for this wonderful answer :D Aug 3 comment Intuitive Understanding of the constant “$e$” thanks for a very cool answer, Will. Would it be more fair to say that the area under e^-t approaches 1, rather than is equal to it? Aug 3 comment Intuitive Understanding of the constant “$e$” @Mike: haha, awesome. A lot of math seems to be: given a set of equations, can you reproduce the insight that lead to them? :)