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what's e^(i*pi) + 1 ?

Guest Apr 6, 2017
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what's e^(i*pi) + 1 =0

 

e^(i*pi) = -1 =sum_(n=0)^∞ (π i)^n/(n!) = -1

Guest Apr 6, 2017
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-1.........................

tertre  Apr 7, 2017
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Unfortunately, all of you noobs would be wrong.

The reason that we have geometry in math class is because of the same guy that said e^(pi*i)=-1, so e^(pi*i) + 1 should equal 0.

Plus, whenever you put a positive number to a power, the output is always negative.

2 conflicting pieces of logic just THREW down your solutions.

Guest Apr 10, 2017

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