Can you write any integer with three '2's and with the help of any algebraic or transcendental function used in mathematics?
Examples of transcendental functions include sin(), cos(), tan(), ln(), exp(). Any infinite polynomial qualifies as a transcendental function.
I'm was initially inclined to say that 3 2's cannot span the entire set of integers even with the combinations offered by transcendentals.
Then I got to thinking - we are talking about infinite polynomials here.
When I cut this number from another site, I was expecting to offer a counterexample
Now I'm beginning to wonder whether it's possible.