- An algebraic number is a number that is a zero of a non-zero polynomial with integer coefficients. For example, the square root of
2is algebraic, because it is a zero of
x^2 - 2.
- A transcendental number is a real number which is not algebraic.
You are to choose a transcendental number.
Then, write a program/function that takes a positive integer
n and output the
n-th decimal digit after the decimal point of your chosen transcendental number. You must state clearly in your submission, which transcendental number is used.
You can use 0-indexing or 1-indexing.
e^2=7.389056098... is a transcendental number. For this number:
n output 1 3 2 8 3 9 4 0 5 5 6 6 7 0 8 9 9 8 ...
Note that the initial
7 is ignored.
As I mentioned above, you can choose other transcendental numbers.
This is code-golf. Lowest score in bytes wins.