How can we initialise a variable like this a = -2.331*(e**-16)?

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Hi guys how can we initialise a variable like this 
a = -2.331*(e**-16)

Oct 14 in Python by Rajiv
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Remove stars and brackets. That's all

answered Oct 14 by anonymous
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