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relation between pi and e

Guest Oct 28, 2014

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One famous relation between them is: $$e^{i\pi}+1=0$$

This is known as Euler's formula.

(Here, i = √-1)

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Alan  Oct 28, 2014
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They are both transcendental numbers (a special type of irrational number).

As irrational numbers, they have an infinte decimal expansion, which never ends and never repeats.

geno3141  Oct 28, 2014
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One famous relation between them is: $$e^{i\pi}+1=0$$

This is known as Euler's formula.

(Here, i = √-1)

.

Alan  Oct 28, 2014

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