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Mr Real
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It's not a homework question. I just thought up a method of finding answers to problems where a number is raised to a complex number and I need to know if I am right. If we have to find e^(i), can we do it by; first squaring it to get, e^(-1) which is 1/e and then taking its square root to get 1/e^(0.5), which is e^(-0.5). Is my method correct? I don't know if the answer is right or even how to find answers to such questions where we raise a number to a complex number but my method seems correct to me.
p.s. Applying this method to e^(i × pi) gives e^(-pi /2).
Mr R
p.s. Applying this method to e^(i × pi) gives e^(-pi /2).
Mr R