# The approximation to algebraic numbers by rationals

@article{Dyson1947TheAT,
title={The approximation to algebraic numbers by rationals},
author={Freeman J. Dyson},
journal={Acta Mathematica},
year={1947},
volume={79},
pages={225-240}
}
• F. Dyson
• Published 1 December 1947
• Mathematics
• Acta Mathematica
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