# Exponential Functions In Complex Analysis

calculuskatie
Can someone please tell me if I have the correct answer for this one?

e^(5pi/4) = (1-i)/(-sqrt(2))

Thanks...

Homework Helper
You might want to check the sign of the imaginary part...
Drawing a picture might help.

uocan
I guess it should be e^(3pi/4)

Is it at all possible that you meant $e^{5\pi i/4}$ and $e^{3\pi i/4}$?