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Originally Posted by 76Texan
Here are a few examples of complex trigonometric formulas:
arctan(z) = 1/2(ln(1  iz)  (ln(1 + iz))

Those look like ancient pictographs left on cave walls by aliens. In the first formula I'm going to assume that Z = Matt Schaub because the absolute value of Matt Schaub is less than 1. In the 2nd formula does arctan(z) = 0? Do I win anything?