**AND NOW TO GRASP EULERS THEOREM, ONE MIGHT HAVE TO GO DOWN A SLOPE.....**

No....not really.

But in the sense you might have to let your thinking go down the slope.

For Eulers Theorem is not so complicated you see....its simple.

__EULERS THEOREM____COS (__~~0~~) + i * SIN (~~0~~)

COS (~~0~~) -- ----------------> A measure of how much horizontal an object is.

SIN (~~0~~) ---------------------> A measure of how much vertical an object is.

i------------------------------> inclination present in the object.

|||| Eulers theorem is all about inclination or rotation (actually,....to incline an object, you rotate it first and stop. And to rotate an object,...you continously keep on inclining it without stopping . So,...both of them are the same actually.)

I never understood Eulers Theorem initially.

It was only after I understood the meaning of complex numbers after i came across Kalid Azad from betterexplained.com that Eulers theorem clicked.

By this time I had come to realize already that Sin( ) is a measure of how much perpendicular an object is and Cos( ) is a measure of in alignment or parallel an object is.

So if you are measuring the slope or the inclination of anything w.r.t the ground....for example how much is the slope of a staircase with respect to the ground....it will be

cos( ) + i.sin( ).

For example if the slope of the staircase is 30 degree....the horizontal component of it will be cos(60) = 1/2

And the vertical component of this staircase will be sin(60)= sqrt(3)/2.

Together it will be e^i(60) = cos(60) + i.sin(60)

e^i(60) = 1/2 + i.sin[sqrt(3)/2]

If the actual length of the staircase is 100 metres say....then according to Eulers theorem it will be.

100 x e^(i.60) = 100.cos(60) + i.100.sin(60)

100 x e^(i.60) = 100 x 1/2 + i.100 x sqrt(3)/2

= 50 + i.(86.66)

50 or 100cos(60) is actually the front-view(the length of the staircase as seen if you stand exactly in front of it) of the staircase.

86.66 or 100sin(60) is actually the bottom-view (the apparent length of the staircase as seen by the eyes if you stand just below it) of the staircase.

Can you rotate anything without inclining it? And likewise,can you incline anything without rotating it?

One may say that but the staircase was made inclined right from the time it was created. Did someone make it first flat and later incline or rotate it?

Well if you trace back to the birth of the staircase....it was made from say bricks...the worker who made it had to arrange the bricks in an inclined manner in order to create it the way it is.

Again rotation is inclining something continously.It is the same phenomenon , just seen from two different angles.

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**COS(20) + i * SIN (20)**

**MORE ON EULERS THEOREM.**|||| Eulers theorem is all about inclination or rotation (actually,....to incline an object, you rotate it first and stop. And to rotate an object,...you continously keep on inclining it without stopping . So,...both of them are the same actually.)

I never understood Eulers Theorem initially.

It was only after I understood the meaning of complex numbers after i came across Kalid Azad from betterexplained.com that Eulers theorem clicked.

By this time I had come to realize already that Sin( ) is a measure of how much perpendicular an object is and Cos( ) is a measure of in alignment or parallel an object is.

So if you are measuring the slope or the inclination of anything w.r.t the ground....for example how much is the slope of a staircase with respect to the ground....it will be

cos( ) + i.sin( ).

For example if the slope of the staircase is 30 degree....the horizontal component of it will be cos(60) = 1/2

And the vertical component of this staircase will be sin(60)= sqrt(3)/2.

Together it will be e^i(60) = cos(60) + i.sin(60)

e^i(60) = 1/2 + i.sin[sqrt(3)/2]

If the actual length of the staircase is 100 metres say....then according to Eulers theorem it will be.

100 x e^(i.60) = 100.cos(60) + i.100.sin(60)

100 x e^(i.60) = 100 x 1/2 + i.100 x sqrt(3)/2

= 50 + i.(86.66)

50 or 100cos(60) is actually the front-view(the length of the staircase as seen if you stand exactly in front of it) of the staircase.

86.66 or 100sin(60) is actually the bottom-view (the apparent length of the staircase as seen by the eyes if you stand just below it) of the staircase.

**DOES EULERS THEOREM INDICATE ROTATION OR INCLINATION?****Well actually rotation and inclination are inseperable from each other. They are actually one and the same.**

Can you rotate anything without inclining it? And likewise,can you incline anything without rotating it?

One may say that but the staircase was made inclined right from the time it was created. Did someone make it first flat and later incline or rotate it?

Well if you trace back to the birth of the staircase....it was made from say bricks...the worker who made it had to arrange the bricks in an inclined manner in order to create it the way it is.

Again rotation is inclining something continously.It is the same phenomenon , just seen from two different angles.

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