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The number of rational points possible on the circumference of a circle having centre (pi,e) ?


(Rational point means, both the co-ordinates of the point is a rational number).

3 years ago


Answers : (2)



since pi and e are both irrational 

and pi not equal to e

3 years ago

Answer given is "Atmost one" ..


(Try with co-ordinates 0,0 and radius sqrt(pi^2+e^2)) ..

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