This question specifically relates to a numerator of '1'. So if I had the irrational number √75:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1/(x*√75)

Could I have some irrational non-transindental value x that would yield a non '1', positive integer while the x value is also less than 1/√75?

Caviat being x also can't just be a division of '1/√75', which would just yield the number dividing '1/√75' (canceling out the sqrt(75))

(So x is a number able to be represented by like sqrt(2) or 1/3 i.e not transindental)

If there is a way, that anyone knows of how I would go about finding it?

Thanks!

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# Is there an irrational multiple of another irrational to yield Integer

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