M. Joseph Liouville, b. 1809, was the pioneer of Transcendental Numbers (a real number, but not a root of an algebraic equation with rational roots.) Oddly enough, Rhinos get this idea pretty well, assuming it means numbers that can’t be counted. In our case, that takes care of all of them, except 1, 2, and 3.
We’re glad M. Liouville cleared that up.