Euler's formula

Euler's formula

noun
1.
Mathematics. the theorem that e ix = cos x + i sin x.
2.
Mechanics. a formula for determining the maximum load that can be applied to a given column without causing it to buckle.

Origin:
1945–50; named after L. Euler

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