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My intelligence is telling me that you should do your own homework.


1!TellyI'm a Lecturer of the Mathematical association at The University of New South Wales. Some of my students said that this place has the brightest minds. I'm looking for them.

AnonameEye, eye, Professor. Can't calculate the square root of a negative number so I can't answer it.

1!TellyYou will learn about it in high school

beaker95Excuse me, Sir Lecturer, but I am the most intelligent person on here (by quite some distance) and would be only too willing to assist you with your research.....

1!Tellybeaker95, answer this question first, plot the graph of x^2 + i*x, on the argand plane


Is it $3:52...?

You have people on here?

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1,000 (5 x 8") moist towelettes.

So clearly, this place is overrated in terms of Math enthusiasts Here's the answer. Now. e^(i*@) = cos@ + I*sin@, where @ is any angle. putting @ = 90 degrees = pi/2 radians, we get in LHS, e^(I*pi/2) and in RHS, cos90 + i*sin 90 = 0 + i*1 = i. Raising both sides to the power i, we get e^(i*i*pi/2) = i^i therefore i^i = e^(pi/2) {as i*i = 1) putting e = 2.71828182846...and pi = 3.141592653... i^i = 0.20787957635


Anoname
Ooooh, and I was sooo close! You asked for a value yet your explaination listed degrees and radians suggesting measuring an object.

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