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**Proposition 1**Prove is irrational.

Here is a proof using a traditional method (See Euclid’s Elements Book X which incorporates Theatetus work on incommensurable numbers. It includes a proof that is irrational (Proposition 22), and ends with a proof that there are infinitely many distinct irrational numbers (Proposition 115): Read the rest of this entry »

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