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    Prove that (√2)^(√2) is irrational (assuming that √2 is irrational).

    Prove that (√2)^(√2) is irrational (assuming that √2 is irrational).
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    Quote Originally Posted by feyomi View Post
    Prove that (√2)^(√2) is irrational (assuming that √2 is irrational).
    Read this: Gelfond's Theorem -- from Wolfram MathWorld
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