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tthsqe
Linky: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/272645.php
and http://journal.frontiersin.org/Journal/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00068/full I personally find the equation Code: 1 + e ^ (i pi) = 0 to be ugly and unharmonious almost in a contrived way. Much better is the relation Code: e ^ (i x) = cos(x) + i sin(x) Now that is an equation that has some beauty and symmetry to it. Whachall think? Quote: The participants rated Srinivasa Ramanujan's infinite series and Bernhard Riemann's functional equation as the ugliest. I wouldn't take this too seriously without knowing the precise formulations of these results. 

15 Mar 2014, 09:20 

cod3b453
My answer is basically the same as revolution's with the addition of rationals 0/1  both also important numbers. I agree the special case is not practical but it is more meaningful in the way it relates so many areas of mathematics and the fact it can be expressed in such a short form is quite impressive.


15 Mar 2014, 11:29 

sid123
I find the equation beautiful but the proof is ugly.
Lol Taylor Series. XD Some people have really thought crazy stuff from another form of the equation which gives 0 from e^i× + 1 where x = Π. Code: e ^ (i x) = cos(x) + i sin(x) This, Is a more beautiful way to represent it. BTW Riemann's sums are worse. *Had almost made my brain double fault during the calc class.* 

15 Mar 2014, 12:22 

Xorpd!
Rather shocking that the functional equation for the Riemann zeta function was considered ugly in the study. Titchmarsh gives 7 (actually more than 7) methods of establishing that result in chapter 2. The results seem to be more a measure of what happens when social scientists play scientist.


15 Mar 2014, 18:25 

revolution
pi i = 0
Let me "prove" it: Code: e ^ (pi i) + 1 = 0 e ^ (pi i) = 1 e ^ (2 pi i) = 1 (Squaring both sides) e ^ (2 pi i) = e ^ 0 2 pi i = 0 (log base e of both sides) pi i = 0 (divide both sides by 2) Code: e ^ (pi i) + 1 = 0 e ^ 0 + 1 = 0 (because pi i = 0 as shown above) 1 + 1 = 0 2 = 0 

17 Mar 2014, 01:33 

cod3b453
Got to admit, saw this and couldn't see the error until I wrote "ln" variation on the 4th line


17 Mar 2014, 17:12 

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