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Old   October 20, 2005, 20:44
Default The solution of one very old problem
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Jaykov Foukzon
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The solution of one very old problem of transcendental numbers theory. In 1873 transcendentality of number e was proved by Ch.Hermite and in 1882 transcendentality of number pi was proved by F.Lindeman. Up to the last time it was not known if: (a) numbers pi + e,pi-e are irrational? (b) numbers (pi)/e are irrational?

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