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Is there any differentiation between transcendentals that can be expressed algebraically (through finite operations) and those that can't?
IE, the golden ratio is transcendental but is also [1 + sqrt(5)]/2
pi or e cannot be defined this way.
So are there different classes of transcendentals, or do we view these types of numbers equally?
IE, the golden ratio is transcendental but is also [1 + sqrt(5)]/2
pi or e cannot be defined this way.
So are there different classes of transcendentals, or do we view these types of numbers equally?