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assume thatmis a Transcendental number.

as you know we have:

x-m=0 => x=m

x^2-m=0 => x=+ or - sqrt(m)

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so there must not be even one Transcendental number.

because all complex and real numbers can be the zero(s) of the equations above.

where is the problem?

thanks

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# A question about Transcendental numbers

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