Those statements are just expressing some things we know about circles and spheres. That is, as follows:The circumference of a circle bears a constant ratio ∏ to its diameter
The surface area of a sphere bears a constant ratio ∏ to its square of its diameter.
I dont understand these statements. What they imply?
Revered members, please help
Above you see there are official mathematically correct definitions of transcendental numbers. I don't really know them myself, but I trust wmodavis knows what he's talking about.Thanks steveb.What is meant by the word transcendental number? General meaning of the word is " superior or surpassing all others". But i presume you used that word in mathematical context.
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