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**denormalized**- Answer whether instances of the receiver can be in denormalized form.
**e**- Returns the value of e. Hope is that it is precise enough
**epsilon**- Return the smallest Float x for which is 1 + x ~= 1
**fmin**- Return the smallest Float that is > 0.
**fminDenormalized**- Return the smallest Float that is > 0 if denormalized values are supported, else return 0.
**ln10**- Returns the value of ln 10. Hope is that it is precise enough
**log10Base2**- Returns the value of log2 10. Hope is that it is precise enough
**pi**- Returns the value of pi. Hope is that it is precise enough
**radix**- Answer the base in which computations between instances of the receiver are made. This should be 2 on about every known computer, so GNU Smalltalk always answers 2.