Just wanted to share a cool thing I found when I was shown Eulers formula...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

e^(pi*i) +1 = 0

this can be written as

e^pi = (SQRT -1)ROOT -1

dont know if I wrote correclty...

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Took a time to write this :)

so can you imagine the number above to equal e^pi which is th real number around 23...? :rofl:

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