Euler's proof. Euler wrote the first proof of the fact that e is irrational in 1737 (but the text was only published seven years later). He computed the
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You can put this solution on YOUR website! Assume to the contrary that sqrt(3) is rational. That is, it can be expressed as sqrt(3)=x which is the same as
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To paraphrase Albert Einstein, a number in and by itself has no significance and only deserves the designation of number by virtue of its being a member of a group of
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In mathematics, an irrational number is any real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of integers. Irrational numbers cannot be represented as terminating or
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e is one of those special numbers in mathematics, like pi, that keeps showing up in all kinds of important places. For example, in Calculus, the function f(x) = c(e x
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Best short proof that e is irrational :

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A proof that 'e' is irrational. :

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Euler's proof. Euler wrote the first proof of the fact that e is irrational in 1737 (but the text was only published seven years later). He computed the

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You can put this solution on YOUR website! Assume to the contrary that sqrt(3) is rational. That is, it can be expressed as sqrt(3)=x which is the same as

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e is irrational :

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To paraphrase Albert Einstein, a number in and by itself has no significance and only deserves the designation of number by virtue of its being a member of a group of

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In mathematics, an irrational number is any real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of integers. Irrational numbers cannot be represented as terminating or

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e is Irrational :

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Proof - A Proof That "e" is Irrational :

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e is one of those special numbers in mathematics, like pi, that keeps showing up in all kinds of important places. For example, in Calculus, the function f(x) = c(e x

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HSC 4U Maths: Proving e is irrational (Part 1/2) - Q8b(i)(ii) 2001 HSC Exam :

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Proof that Pi is Irrational (using high school level calculus) :

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Proof that square root of prime number is irrational :

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Proof - The Square Root of 2 is Irrational :

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