16 Aug 2020
This is a proof of Euler’s Identity using the Taylor Series.

We can write \(e^{i\phi}\) as the Taylor Series expansion.

Let’s visualize this sum. It helps to write out all your terms because you know that the powers of `i`

are going to alternate between `1`

,`-1`

,`i`

,and `-i`

.

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15 Aug 2020
This is a quick proof of Euler’s formula without the use of the Taylor Series.

Even with the imaginary number `i`

, this equation is differentiable, so we can take the derivative of :

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15 Jul 2020
During quarantine, I decided to make a blog (The Haven) to journal my thoughts and experiences.
Find the source code here.Happy Reading!

Sincerely,

Dylan

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