When Did Pythagorean Discover Irrational Numbers?

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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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