Transcendence

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Transcendence, transcendent or transcendental may refer to:

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Mathematics[edit]

  • Transcendental number, a number that is not the root of any polynomial with rational coefficients
  • Transcendental element, an element of a field extension that is not the root of any polynomial with coefficients from the base field
  • Transcendental function, a function which does not satisfy a polynomial equation whose coefficients are themselves polynomials
  • Transcendence theory, the branch of mathematics dealing with transcendental numbers and algebraic independence

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