algebraic number
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algebraic number (plural algebraic numbers)
 (mathematics) A complex number that is a root of a polynomial equation with rational coefficients.
 The golden ratio (φ) is an algebraic number since it is a solution of the quadratic equation , whose coefficients are integers.
 The square root of any integer 'n' is an algebraic number since it is a solution of the quadratic equation , whose coefficients are integers.
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complex number

