About some transcendental numbers

Apr 2013
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Averyone knows that \(\displaystyle e\) and \(\displaystyle \pi\) are transcendentals, but knows tha nature of \(\displaystyle e+\pi\) and \(\displaystyle e{\pi}\), it is still an unsolved problem ! Here are the answers !
http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00808463
 

CRGreathouse

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Nov 2006
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I'm rather curious as to what the others at ESSTT think about this and your other recent papers proving Beal and Pillai.