07/19/2008, 03:48 AM

bo198214 Wrote:True! I tried to prove it, too, but the without your first element I stuck.martin Wrote:bo198214 Wrote:Thats interesting! Can you give a proof for n=0, i.e that

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Erm... no. Hasn't this already been proven somewhere?

Yes, but knowing an believing are two different things

When I considered that formula I realized that I never learned the logarithm formula during studying:

This is just what you get when you invert the famous Euler formula .

Knowing that formula, we can do much more with the limit

This is just a particular case with , and in the formula .

with the above base idea it is then no more difficult to prove the general case.

This formula is really amazing

Amazing!

Gottfried

Gottfried Helms, Kassel