I was told that the limit of e^-iwt as t-> infinity is 1 or is at least modelled as 1. Can anyone tell me why this is?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Also, what is the limit of e^iwt as t-> infinity and likewise, the limits of e^iwt and e^-iwt as t-> 0

How do you conceptually visualise the complex exponential?

Hope someone can help.

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# Limits of Complex exponentials

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