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This discovery led eventually to the notion of irrational numbers (numbers that
cannot be expressed as a ratio of integers) and real numbers, which include both
rational and irrational numbers and can most simply be defined as numbers ...
This function is defined by T(x) being equal to the integral from t = 0 to infinity of e
~'tu~" (see 456), for values of x greater than zero. The function has the property
that T(x + 1 ) equals the product of x and T(x). It follows that, if n is a positive ...
The classical and the Renaissance were clearly defined by men who considered
their canons inevitable and who thought of the medieval styles as fanciful (if not
objectionable) aberrations. Blinded by the fashionable canon, a critic wrote in ...
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