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Q: What is greater of e raised to pi and pi raised to e?

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-1. This is a result of Euler's formula.

by euler: i=ei(pi)/2 therifore ii = (ei(pi)/2)i=ei^2(pi)/2=e-(pi)/2 ~0.208

x(pi+1)/(pi+1)

Pi is 3.1415927... and so on, though 3.14 is usually used. If greater accuracy is wanted, 3.146 is used.

Circumference of circle B = 2*pi*r = 31.4 metres so B has the greater circumference. Circumference of circle B = 2*pi*r = 31.4 metres so B has the greater circumference. Circumference of circle B = 2*pi*r = 31.4 metres so B has the greater circumference. Circumference of circle B = 2*pi*r = 31.4 metres so B has the greater circumference.

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-1. This is a result of Euler's formula.

by euler: i=ei(pi)/2 therifore ii = (ei(pi)/2)i=ei^2(pi)/2=e-(pi)/2 ~0.208

'pi' and 'e' both fit that description.

Using Euler's relation, we know that e^(i*n*pi) = cos(n*pi) + i*sin(n*pi) where n is an integer. We also know that we can rewrite 10 as e raised to a specific power, namely e^(ln(10)). So substituting this back into 10^i and then applying Euler's relation, we obtain 10^i = (e^(ln(10)))^i = (e^(i*ln(10))) = cos(ln(10)) + i*sin(ln(10)).

x(pi+1)/(pi+1)

For example: 7 + square root of 2 7 + square root of 3 7 + pi 7 + e 3 x pi 10 x e

About 20.29791

e^pi ~ 23.14069.............., not rational

Euler's formula is important because it relates famous constants, such as pi, zero, Euler's number 'e', and an imaginary number 'i' in one equation. The formula is (e raised to the i times pi) plus 1 equals 0.

A positive number, raised to any power, is positive.

They are all:-- real-- rational-- integers-- greater than 'pi'-- greater than 'e'-- positive (greater than zero)-- less than 12-- factors of 792

Googol is a greater number than pi.

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