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]]>e^(i*pi)=cos(pi)+i sin(pi)....

why didn't i think of this before....

thank you bob....]]>

It comes from complex number theory.

A number of the form

means it has an 'argument' of theta measured anticlockwise from the positive x axis.

Using this

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argand_diagram

Bob

]]>how did someone end up with such an equality??

I mean i've tried it many times but i never got that equation right........

I could never compute e^i......

And can anyone put some sense into that equation....]]>

And what is that series called....??

That is called an Egyptian fraction.

]]>That is just an equality that many people find intriguing because it connects 5 major constants in math: e,pi,i,1 and 0.

]]>e^(i*pi)+1=0.......

Does anyone know what is that supposed to mean........???]]>

why would anyone use such constant upto 14 decimal places........??

And what is that series called....??]]>

Does that number come out of a problem you were working on?

To 14 decimal places the ancient Egyptians would represent that as:

]]>Is this your dream?

Doesn't ring any bells for me but maybe you have stumbled upon a new and significant constant. Let's call it dford's constant.

The 'math stuff' is called Latex. Have a look at

http://www.mathisfunforum.com/viewtopic.php?id=4397

Bob

]]>Not sure how to type all the math stuff but basically..

7th root of pi to the 3rd.

I have no idea why, but this equation has been stuck in my head for months.

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