Let a and b be irrational numbers. when do we have a ⋅ b =...

Gauge Terrell

Gauge Terrell

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2022-07-02

Let a and b be irrational numbers. when do we have a b = rational number?
for example 2 2 = 2.

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Alexzander Bowman

Alexzander Bowman

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2022-07-03Added 19 answers

Exactly when one is a rational multiple of the other's reciprocal.
Ex: 2 × 3 2 is rational, but 2 × π 2 is irrational.

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