Euler’s Formula Poem


Famously start with e raise to Pi with an i then we’re taught by a lot that you’ve got minus 1 Can we glean what it means? For such words are absurd How to treat the repeat of a feat Pi I times This is bound to confound ’til your mind redefines these amounts one can’t count which surmount our friend e. Numbers act as abstract functions which slide the rich 2d space in its space with a grace when they sum. Multiplied, they don’t slide, acting a second way They rotate, and dilate, but keep straight that same plane. Now that we write as e to the x won’t perplex when you know it’s for show that ‘x’ goes up and right. It does not, as you thought, repeat e product e. It functions with gumption on functions we’ve now seen. It turns slides side to side into growths and shrinks both. Up and downs come around as turns round which is key! This is why Pi times i, which slides north is brought forth and returned, we have learned, as a turn halfway round. Minus one, matched by none. Turns this way hence we’re done.

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  1. Thank you you made my day incredibly bright and optimistic about how to model some things I try to understand

  2. I've seen all your videos on e^pi*i and it wasn't until this one oddly enough that everything just clicked

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  4. "What e to the i pi plus one?" Rene hears
    "Nothing," he thinks — so Descartes disappears

  5. As clear as it is, it doesn't convince me as much as saying sum((i*pi)^n/n!) = -1

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  12. Famously
    start with e,
    raise to π
    with an i,
    we've been taught
    by a lot
    that you've got
    minus one.Can we glean
    what it means?
    For such words
    are absurd.
    How to treat
    the repeat
    of a feat
    πi times?This is bound
    to confound
    'til your mind
    redefines
    these amounts
    one can't count
    which surmount
    our friend e.Numbers act
    as abstract
    functions which
    slide the rich
    2d space
    in its place
    with a grace
    when they sum.Multiplied,
    they don’t slide,
    acting a
    second way.
    They rotate,
    and dilate,
    but keep straight
    that same plane.
     Now what we
    write as e
    to the x
    won’t perplex
    when you know
    it’s for show
    that “x” goes
    up and right.
     It does not,
    as you thought,
    repeat e
    product e.
    It functions
    with gumption
    on functions
    of the plane.
     It turns slides
    side to side
    into growths
    and shrinks both.
    Up and downs
    come around
    as turns round,
    which is key!
     This is why
    π times i,
    which slides north
    is brought forth
    and returned,
    we have learned,
    as a turn
    halfway round.
     Minus one,
    matched by none,
    turns this way,
    hence we’re done.

  13. I encountered a problem on my pre-calc homework that had the answer, x=logbase3 (-3). The answer is nonreal and after falling in love with your videos. I knew you could help me. Thanks.

  14. Holy shit this is how we should be taught in school. This was a much easier explanation.

  15. Famously
    start with e,
    raise to π
    with an i.
    we've been taught
    by a lot
    that you've got
    minus one.

    Can we glean
    what it means?
    For such words
    are absurd.
    How to treat
    the repeat
    of a feat
    πi times?

    This is bound
    to confound
    'til your mind
    redefines
    these amounts
    one can't count
    which surmount
    our friend e.

    Numbers act
    as abstract
    functions which
    slide the rich
    2d space
    in its place
    with a grace
    when they sum.

    Multiplied,
    they don’t slide,
    acting a
    second way.
    They rotate,
    and dilate,
    but keep straight
    that same plane.

    Now what we
    write as e
    to the x
    won’t perplex
    when you know
    it’s for show
    that “x" goes
    up and right.

    It does not,
    as you thought,
    repeat e
    product e.
    It functions
    with gumption
    on functions
    of the plane.

    It turns slides
    side to side
    into growths
    and shrinks both.
    Up and downs
    come around
    as turns round,
    which is key!

    This is why
    π times i,
    which slides north
    is brought forth
    and returned,
    we have learned,
    as a turn
    halfway round.

    Minus one,
    matched by none,
    turns this way,
    hence we’re done.

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