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Hi, everyone.

I have a question about geometric constructible numbers.

I know that "if 'a' is constructible then [Q(a):Q]=2^n."

But I heard that its inverse is not true.

I want some counter examples about the inverse statement.

(I have checked by googling 'i' is a constructible number.)

Help...

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# Geometric Constructible Numbers

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