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# expressible

*expressible* over $F$ if $F(\alpha)/F$ is a radical extension. On the other hand, $\alpha$ is *inexpressible* over $F$ if $F(\alpha)/F$ is not a radical extension.

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## Mathematics Subject Classification

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new question: A good question by Ron Castillo

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new question: A trascendental number. by Ron Castillo

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new question: Banach lattice valued Bochner integrals by math ias

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new question: young tableau and young projectors by zmth

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new question: binomial coefficients: is this a known relation? by pfb

## Comments

## inexpressible

The reason that I currently have this entry world editable is that I do not seem to recall whether transcendentals are considered as inexpressible or not. I currently have the terms expressible and inexpressible only applying to algebraics.