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[tex]e^{2\pi i}=1[/tex] so

[tex]ln e^{2\pi i}=ln 1=0= 2\pi i[/tex]

Can someone explain this? the [tex]2\pi i=0[/tex] part...I must have done something illegal...

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[tex]e^{2\pi i}=1[/tex] so

[tex]ln e^{2\pi i}=ln 1=0= 2\pi i[/tex]

Can someone explain this? the [tex]2\pi i=0[/tex] part...I must have done something illegal...

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