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the title is the question.
what about transendential numbers that are not the multiple, addition, substraction.... of some other transendential numbers?Yes. pi, pi+1, pi+2, pi+any rational number....
Any rational radian value other than zero.O, I just read over my post and realised I said something that was correct, but not intended. The sin, tan, or cos of any rational radian value is transcendental, as well as irrational.
what about .101001000100001000001...Yes. pi, pi+1, pi+2, pi+any rational number....
There could never be a systematic method for generating all transcendentals, because there are uncountably many transcendentals; but only countably many "systems," if by system you mean an algorithm or procedure expressible as a finite string of symbols from a countable alphabet.the title is the question.