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Old August 14th, 2009, 12:52 PM
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Re: Do not go after an engineer

Quote:
Originally Posted by sunnykode View Post
Good Catch.
According to the check
e^(i Pi) = -1
0.002 + e^(i Pi) + sum (1/n^n) = 0.002

According to the calculation
using scientific calc
e^(2*Pi) = 535.4916555
1+ e^(2*Pi) = 535.4936555

Also found this one. Notice it is e^(Pi i) in the link and not e^(2Pi).

I think I have seen this a while ago .
Thanks. I feel sad I'm forgetting some of the differential calculus and Math I learnt in Engineering. Math was the love of my life.
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