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A '''transcendental  number''' is a [[real number | real]] or [[complex number]] that is not a [[root]] of any [[polynomial]] with [[integer|integral]] [[coefficient]]s.  Many famous [[constant]]s such as [[pi | <math>\pi</math>]] and [[e | <math>e</math>]] are transcendental.
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A '''transcendental  number''' is a [[real number | real]] or [[complex number]] that is not a [[Root (polynomials) | root]] of any [[polynomial]] with [[integer|integral]] [[coefficient]]s.  Many famous [[constant]]s such as [[pi | <math>\pi</math>]] and [[e | <math>e</math>]] are transcendental.
  
  

Latest revision as of 11:52, 9 December 2007

A transcendental number is a real or complex number that is not a root of any polynomial with integral coefficients. Many famous constants such as $\pi$ and $e$ are transcendental.


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