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Josh Scholar

Enter the following into Google:
e^(pi*i)

go ahead, the result will surprise you.

Isaac Schrödinger

Wow, Google gives it no love.

Josh Scholar

You did notice that it calculated the answer and put it in the upper left corner (of an otherwise blank screen).

That you can have an expression of two unlike irrationals and one imaginary number and get an integer result (-1 no less) is pretty deep.

All from e^i being the complex coordinate sitting at one radian up the unit circle.

But I have to admit that I have no idea HOW e^i is the complex coordinate sitting at one radian up the unit circle.

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