This scientific article explores two of the most significant mathematical constants: e and π. The constant e, also known as Euler's number, and the constant π, denoting the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, play critical roles in various mathematical disciplines. This article delves into the historical background, mathematical properties, and practical applications of e and π, emphasizing their importance in calculus, number theory, geometry, and other areas of mathematics.


E, Euler's number, π, pi, mathematical constants, calculus, number theory, geometry, applications, exponential functions, trigonometry, theoretical significance.


How to Cite
Alijonov Sirojiddin Husan ugli, & Khabibullaev Sherozbek Khamidulla ugli. (2024). THE MATHEMATICAL CONSTANTS e AND π: INSIGHTS INTO THEIR SIGNIFICANCE AND APPLICATIONS. American Journal of Pedagogical and Educational Research, 24, 10–16. Retrieved from https://americanjournal.org/index.php/ajper/article/view/2070