Theorem of the complex exponentials

Alberto Daunisi


This paper describes a new theorem that relates the lengths of the legs of a right triangle with the ratio of three complex exponentials. The big novelty of the theorem consists in transforming two real measures of legs derived from Euclidean geometry into a combination of imaginary elements obtained from the complex analysis.

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