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Posted by Mark on December 29, 2003 02:05:38 UTC

i rasied to the "i'th" power (i^i) is a real number.

An imaginary number multiplied by itself an imaginary number of times is approx. 0.207879576...

e^(i * pi) is pretty interesting too. That happens to equal -1.

Remember e and pi are transcendental numbers so it's pretty amazing that throwing i into the mix creates an integer outcome.

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