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Why does e^(pi i) = -1?

Posted in Math, asked by Morgan, 6 years ago. 1856 hits.

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e^(pi i) = -1

Because  e^ix=cosx+isinx

So, e^pi*i=cos(pi)+isin(pi)=-1+i*0=-1

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