"G.A." <smNOecklSPAMers@hotmTHANKSail.com> writes: > "Robert Israel" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message > <a href="news://email@example.com...">news://firstname.lastname@example.org...</a> > > In article <LsqdncyEcPWZTQTcRVnyhA@casema.nl>, > > Thinus Pollard <email@example.com> wrote: > > > > >Given the above, what's the difference between irrational and > > >transcendal numbers? I read, only a few days ago, e is transcendal, pi > > >is transcendal, but it's unknown if pi + e is. Are these two concepts > > >related? > > > > The word is "transcendental", not "transcendal". A number x is > > transcendental if there is no polynomial of degree at least 1 > > with rational coefficients that has x as a root. All transcendental > > numbers are irrational, but not all irrational numbers are > > transcendental. > > > > Also, 100% of real numbers are transcendental.
Almost all != all.
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