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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I've become rather curious, as of late, about the realm of complex logarthims; more specifially logarithms in the form log(z) where z is any negative number.

Excuse any ignorance on my part, as I'm only in Precalculus, but I was just curious to see how Euler's formula is related to complex logarithms.

If anyone can explain this in Laymen's terms (I know this is the Calculus section, but I didn't think this topic belonged in the general math section) keeping in mind that I have no Calculus experience, that would be great.

Any outside resources that break it down would also be helpful.

Sorry if I'm asking the impossible, i.e. Calc without Calc.

Thanks.

Excuse any ignorance on my part, as I'm only in Precalculus, but I was just curious to see how Euler's formula is related to complex logarithms.

If anyone can explain this in Laymen's terms (I know this is the Calculus section, but I didn't think this topic belonged in the general math section) keeping in mind that I have no Calculus experience, that would be great.

Any outside resources that break it down would also be helpful.

Sorry if I'm asking the impossible, i.e. Calc without Calc.

Thanks.