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If t is transcendental, t**n is determined (wrongly) to be non-integer #8649

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pelegm opened this Issue Dec 19, 2014 · 0 comments

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pelegm commented Dec 19, 2014

Check this:

>>> t = Symbol('t', real=True, transcendental=True)
>>> n = n = Symbol('n', integer=True)  # may be 0
>>> (t**n).is_algebraic  # should be None, as n may be 0
False
>>> (t**n).is_integer  # should be None, as n may be 0
False

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