# Niklas Rtz

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 1d accepted Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? 1d awarded Nice Question 1d revised Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? added 15 characters in body 1d comment Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? Can you please elaborate how we make it two equations? 1d revised Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? added 15 characters in body 1d revised Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? added 68 characters in body 1d comment Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? Thanks. I'm trying to learn how to solve equations like these. Interesting it was not trivial. 1d asked Is there a good way to solve for z the equation $e^{i\pi} = e^{z\ln2} + e^{z\ln3}$? Dec18 accepted How can I prove that the zeroes of $f(z)=1+1/2^z$ have no real part? Dec18 revised How can I prove that the zeroes of $f(z)=1+1/2^z$ have no real part? deleted 1 character in body Dec18 revised How can I prove that the zeroes of $f(z)=1+1/2^z$ have no real part? added 3 characters in body Dec18 asked How can I prove that the zeroes of $f(z)=1+1/2^z$ have no real part? Dec11 awarded Inquisitive Dec9 awarded Benefactor Dec5 awarded Nice Question Dec4 accepted Is this expression true and legal? Oct15 accepted Are 2 dependent probabilities always disjunct? Oct14 revised Are 2 dependent probabilities always disjunct? deleted 1 character in body Oct14 awarded Popular Question Oct13 asked Are 2 dependent probabilities always disjunct?