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NumWorks open source calculator
08-29-2017, 12:05 PM (This post was last modified: 08-29-2017 12:07 PM by AlexFekken.)
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No, it looks like the usual i.

It seems to be able to handle real powers of complex numbers (such as i^pi, (i+1)^pi, i^sqrt(2), and (i+1)^sqrt(2)), but ln(i) results in an "undef" as well. Makes me wonder how it does the exponentiation...
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