I know of Euler's equation(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

e^i(pi)-1=0

but i saw another equation that interested me.

And I'd like to see if i can prove it somehow and wondering the best way to do so

(pi^4+pi^5)^(1/6)=e

is this correct? or is this just a close approximation of e?

it doesn't sound right to me for it to be e but i would like to prove it.

trying to break up and reassemble riemann sums just starts to get messy way too fast can someone think of an easier way?

pi^4+pi^5=e^6

but then i get stuck

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# Relating pi to e

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