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Question by Bryan Denson
Submitted on 11/29/2003
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Folks, I'm desperate. I'm a writer in Portland, Oregon, on deadline with a major magazine story. My question is, who wrote the following and what is it:
e i (Pi) + 1 = 0.


Answer by jk
Submitted on 12/21/2003
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Euler's Formula by Leonhard Euler

 

Answer by Smas
Submitted on 7/27/2006
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I'm afraid I can't help you not
be a writer in Portland, Oregon.

 

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