Hi i need to express e^((i*pi)/6) in the form x + yi , i think it has something to do with Euler's formula for e^(i*pi) =-1 but just not sure where to start ? Any help would be great

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- Mar 12th 2013, 06:06 PMduckedcomplex numbers and Euler's formula
Hi i need to express e^((i*pi)/6) in the form x + yi , i think it has something to do with Euler's formula for e^(i*pi) =-1 but just not sure where to start ? Any help would be great

- Mar 12th 2013, 06:50 PMzhandeleRe: complex numbers and Euler's formula
Just write out Euler's formula, then substitute pi/6 for x. pi/6 is one of those numbers for which you should know the sine and cosine. See the pdf.

- Mar 12th 2013, 06:57 PMduckedRe: complex numbers and Euler's formula
Thanks don't know how I didn't see that before