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 Dec 18 awarded Famous Question Dec 19 awarded Caucus Sep 12 comment Prove that $i^i$ is a real number I am going to choose this answer as accepted answer, but there are some other answers that are very insightful and worth to take a look. Sep 11 awarded Notable Question Jul 26 comment Prove that $\sqrt 2 + \sqrt 3$ is irrational The accepted answer gives the OP a fish. Your answer teach him to fish. Jul 24 accepted Prove that $i^i$ is a real number Jul 24 accepted Parameter estimation for a distribution by minimizing its conditional entropy Jul 24 comment Parameter estimation for a distribution by minimizing its conditional entropy Wow thanks! Didn't expected to be that simple. And yes, the random variable is continuous and we have samples from a finite domain. Jun 6 awarded Good Question May 14 awarded Caucus Sep 6 awarded Commentator Sep 6 comment Does $i^i$ and $i^{1\over e}$ have more than one root in $[0, 2 \pi]$ Slightly related: math.stackexchange.com/q/191572/4051 Sep 6 comment Prove that $i^i$ is a real number @Jack: I didn't, but this answer helped me a little bit: math.stackexchange.com/a/191574/4051 Sep 6 comment Prove that $i^i$ is a real number It's... it's beautiful! Just a question: Does complex conjugate of $(a+ib)^{(c+id)}$ equal $(a-ib)^{(c-id)}$? Sep 6 awarded Yearling Sep 6 awarded Popular Question Sep 6 awarded Nice Question Sep 5 asked Prove that $i^i$ is a real number Jun 27 comment How to evaluate $I=\iiint dr_{12}dr_{13}dr_{14}$ analytically/numerically? @PeterSheldrick: Thanks. How should I give the constraints to this function? Note that the differentials are $dr_{12}$, $dr_{13}$, and $dr_{14}$, while the constraints are imposed on $r_{12}$, $r_{23}$, and $r_{34}$. Jun 27 revised How to evaluate $I=\iiint dr_{12}dr_{13}dr_{14}$ analytically/numerically? fixed a typo