e^i* + 1 = 0 ?

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e^i* + 1 = 0 ?

Pi without *r* or squared just isn't the same.

While that is an acceptable equation as well my version relates probably the 5 most important numbers in existence together in 1 neat little equation- to me this all but proves a higher power created at least the basic fundamentals of the Universe... there's no logical reason these numbers should relate in any way.umm... its late, i guess e^i* = -1

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wow really?While that is an acceptable equation as well my version relates probably the 5 most important numbers in existence together in 1 neat little equation- to me this all but proves a higher power created at least the basic fundamentals of the Universe... there's no logical reason these numbers should relate in any way.

yeah, really.

That the equation you posted is false.e^i* + 1 = 0 ?

http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/53865.htmlThat the equation you posted is false.

e^(i x ) + 1 = 0 (to be exact )

Sure, now that you added the parenthesis.

An interesting theory...

Parenthesis, the downfall of many lost spacecraft... (maybe).Sure, now that you added the parenthesis.

e^i* + 1 = 0 ?

It means that circuit analysis is going to be much easier . . . I heart Euler's identity.