I recall a post previously where the Op was wondering if any circle about the orgin having an irrational radius could pass through a rational point. The answer then was if the irrational radius was the square root of the sum of two rational squares then of course.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Now I am wondering what if the radius was a non-algebraic number? Could that circle pass through a rational point?

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# Irrational circles about the orgin

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