This is a tangram version of e raised to the pi times i power. No, I do NOT want you to create –1 (which is what it is equal to). The tans (pieces) are all separate from each other, so no silhouette is given in beginning, as I usually have been doing. Just try your best to create what I ask for.
Solution is in silhouette form (black pieces). There is no audio in video.
This is the eighteenth of several puzzles that will have a mathematical theme to them.
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