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for example pi or e have various finite definitions and one could generate other transcendental numbers with operations on these.

On the other hand if n= some randomly chosen number on the real number line, there is no real way to express or differentiate that number from some other arbitrarily close transcendental number

The transcendental numbers are uncountable, but is the set of transcendental numbers that can be defined by some finite operation countable?