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# linear algebra – Intersection line of planes – Mathematics Stack Exchange

Intersection line of planes

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# Diophantine approximation – Thue–Siegel–Roth theorem

Thue–Siegel–Roth theorem

# Diophantine approximation – Badly approximable

Badly approximable numbers badly approximable number is an x for which there is a positive constant c such that for all rational p/q we have

# Liouville number – Wikipedia

Source: Liouville number – Wikipedia

# Roth’s theorem – Wikipedia

In mathematics, Roth’s theorem is a fundamental result in diophantine approximation to algebraic numbers. It is of a qualitative type, stating that a given algebraic number α {\displaystyle \alpha } \alpha may not have too many rational number approximations, that are ‘very good’. Over half a century, the meaning of very good here was refined by a number of mathematicians, starting with Joseph Liouville in 1844 and continuing with work of Axel Thue (1909), Carl Ludwig Siegel (1921), Freeman Dyson (1947), and Klaus Roth (1955).

Source: Roth’s theorem – Wikipedia