Euler Formula Derivation
Keywords:Euler, formula, norm, argument
This paper discusses the derivation of Euler's formula. To obtain this model, the writer derives Euler's formula from ex+iy by first finding the norm and argument of ex+iy. In this derivation we substitute the norm and argument of ex+iy on complex numbers in polar coordinates, until we get the derivation of Euler's formula.
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