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but in my text book theres another formula its e^ikx = coskx + isinkx

i still can't figure out how they got that. Is this still eulers formula? and how do u get it in that form

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but in my text book theres another formula its e^ikx = coskx + isinkx

i still can't figure out how they got that. Is this still eulers formula? and how do u get it in that form

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e^iy = cosy + isiny

Let y = kx

e^ikx = coskx + isinkx

Let y = kx

e^ikx = coskx + isinkx

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