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Calculus 6.11 - Euler's Identity

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Euler, Calculus, Euler Identity, Euler's Identity, Eulers Identity, Derek Owens
Category: Education
Description: Euler's Identity: e^{pi i) + 1 0. A quick look at complex numbers in polar form, followed by a derivation of Euler's famous equation.
Duration: 12 minutes and 26 seconds
Rating: 9/10 - Excellent
Definition: SD
Published: April 02, 2011
Uploader: Derek Owens

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