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Topic: put into exponential form
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put into exponential form
Posted: Nov 3, 2010 6:23 PM
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Put cos(x) cos(y) + i sin(x) sin(y) into exponential form. ( Only for
the special case when y is equal to pi/4, Euler relation can be
directly used, exp(i x)/ sqrt(2) )


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