# Reference: exp

e^x = exp(x) is the exponential function. For a complex number z, e^z = exp(z) = e^(Re z) ⋅ (cos(Im z) + i⋅sin(Im z)) where Re z and Im z are the real and imaginary parts of z, respectively.

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e^x = exp(x) is the exponential function. For a complex number z, e^z = exp(z) = e^(Re z) ⋅ (cos(Im z) + i⋅sin(Im z)) where Re z and Im z are the real and imaginary parts of z, respectively.