what is the generic equation for a exopential function? and how would you figure out what i sin or cos function is?

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what is the generic equation for a exopential function? and how would you figure out what i sin or cos function is?

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do you mean e^x written as a power series
e^x can be written as 1 x + x^2/2! + x^3/3!+.... by McLaaurins theorem Also series for sin x and cos x can be written as series using the same theorem
sorry - that should start 1 + x + x^2/2!

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thanks, all i understood was the e^x part but thats all i think i need to know. so all it would be is like 2^x or wtvr?
That i sin, it's that French guy DeMoirve.
what chagunanas?
yes 2^x, 3^x and so on are exponential function
thx a million!!!!!!
3-4i=\[5(\cos \theta +i \sin \theta)\]=\[5(\cos 307 degrees +i \sin 307 degrees)\]

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