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 Author Comment/Response Michael 09/16/12 08:19am There are infinitely many solutions -- just what sort of representation are you looking for? One such is the equation Exp[z] == -I which can be plugged in to Reduce: In[1]:= Reduce[ Exp[z] == -I, {z}] Out[1]= C[1] \[Element] Integers && z == -((I \[Pi])/2) + 2 I \[Pi] C[1] Or get all (finite many) solutions in a certain domain: In[2]:= Reduce[2 \[Pi] < Im[z] < 6 \[Pi] && Exp[z] == -I, {z}] Out[2]= z == (7 I \[Pi])/2 || z == (11 I \[Pi])/2 URL: ,

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