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#94  yes that was a typo on my part. I am a student studying en… [+] (1 new reply)  06/15/2014 on Damn That's Impressive  +1 
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wizardfist (06/15/2014) []  
#88  the complex plane. where the real number line (..., 2, 1, 0,… [+] (3 new replies)  06/15/2014 on Damn That's Impressive  +1 
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mathmanchris (06/15/2014) [] I know how the complex numbers work I have a maths degree... but I didn't understand what you were writing. e^( i * 3pi/4 ) = i/sqrt(2)1/sqrt(2) (note the minus) because cos(3*Pi/4) = 1/sqrt(2). Let me guess, you're an engineer? #94 
collegedood (06/15/2014) [] yes that was a typo on my part. I am a student studying engineering, math, and a minor in computer science. So yeah. But still, complex numbers can be written either rectangular or polar and that is why e^i*pi = 0*i1. #133 
wizardfist (06/15/2014) []  
#85  Graham's Number is best number 17 minute funny…  06/15/2014 on Damn That's Impressive  0 
#84  It is actually converted to 1. e^(pi*i) is polar coord… [+] (5 new replies)  06/15/2014 on Damn That's Impressive  0 
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mathmanchris (06/15/2014) [] What do you mean by 'it is actually converted to 1'? What planes are you talking about? Clarify, please. #88 
collegedood (06/15/2014) [] the complex plane. where the real number line (..., 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, ...) x axis and the complex number line (..., 2i, i, 0, i, 2i, 3i, ...) is the y axis. a*e^(i*b) are polar coordinates where a is the magnitude ( 2e^(i*pi) = 2 ) and b is the angle (e^( i * 3pi/4 ) = i/sqrt(2)+1/sqrt(2) i think, it's been a while) 1 is rectangular coordinates which take the form ai+b where a is the complex magnitude (up or down on the y axis) and b is the real magnitude (left or right on x axis) This is seen by my second example and for my first example the extended form would be 2e^(i*pi) = 0*i  2. It is a hell of a lot easier to explain this with pictures For polar coordinates, imagine the unit circle from trigonometry because it is essentially the same idea #92 
mathmanchris (06/15/2014) [] I know how the complex numbers work I have a maths degree... but I didn't understand what you were writing. e^( i * 3pi/4 ) = i/sqrt(2)1/sqrt(2) (note the minus) because cos(3*Pi/4) = 1/sqrt(2). Let me guess, you're an engineer? #94 
collegedood (06/15/2014) [] yes that was a typo on my part. I am a student studying engineering, math, and a minor in computer science. So yeah. But still, complex numbers can be written either rectangular or polar and that is why e^i*pi = 0*i1. #133 
wizardfist (06/15/2014) []  
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#48  want me to explain it? Every cross section is stationary …  06/11/2014 on Weird magic  0 
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collegedood (06/11/2014) [] want me to explain it? Every cross section is stationary and every midpoint between the two sections is double hinged. I could 3D print a smaller model, a crappier looking one out of wood, or a heavier one out of metal. Shit is simple.  
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