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Euler's Formula

eiπ + 1 = 0. This remarkable equation combines e, i, π (pi), 1, and 0, which are arguably the five fundamental numbers of mathematics. It also includes addition, multiplication, exponentiation, and composition, four of the fundamental operations of mathematics.

Note: Euler is pronounced "Oiler".

 

See also

Euler's formula for polyhedra, formula

 


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