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I have a homework question and I am wondering if you can use Eulers identity in this case.

If the equation is f(x)=constant*e^(-x^2) can this be rewritten as f(x)=consant*e^(ix)^2

and then, can you use the identity when it is in this form?

Edit: Can it be put in the form cosx+isinx

I am not well acquainted with Eulers Identity so bear with me

If the equation is f(x)=constant*e^(-x^2) can this be rewritten as f(x)=consant*e^(ix)^2

and then, can you use the identity when it is in this form?

Edit: Can it be put in the form cosx+isinx

I am not well acquainted with Eulers Identity so bear with me

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