Is there a proof that there exist (or does not exist) integers m and n such that $\displaystyle {e^{m/n}} = \pi$?

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- Apr 20th 2012, 08:58 AMglebovgTranscendental numbers
Is there a proof that there exist (or does not exist) integers m and n such that $\displaystyle {e^{m/n}} = \pi$?

- Apr 20th 2012, 06:08 PMSylvia104Re: Transcendental numbers
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It is not even known if the natural logarithm of pi, ln(π), is even irrational.