When Did Pythagorean Discover Irrational Numbers?


The Pythagorean discovered the irrational numbers in the school of Pythagoras, who was a great Greek mathematician. An irrational number is a real number which cannot be printed as a simple division. The pythagoras were not looking for the irrational number but they never imagined such numbers were existing.
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Possibly 5th Century BC.
Hippasus (one of Pythagoras' students) discovered irrational numbers when trying
Pythagoras did. He came upon it when he was doing his work with triangles. He found that 1 and 1 as sides of a tringle produce an "imaginary" (not the same imaginary we
It's said Pythagoras or one of his students.
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