# Question #7a1a0

May 16, 2016

Yes. It is $\frac{29293043}{2500000}$.

#### Explanation:

This is an improper fraction $\frac{234344344}{100000000}$

$= \frac{29293043}{2500000}$.

For that matter, any string of digits in the form

${d}_{0.} {d}_{1} {d}_{2.} . . {d}_{n}$

$= \frac{{d}_{0} {d}_{1} {d}_{2.} . . {d}_{n}}{10} ^ n$= (an integer)/(an integer) = a rational number.

Here, d's are single digit numbers, with ${d}_{0}$ not equal to 0.

Calculator/computer approximations to $\sqrt{2} , \log 3 , e , \pi , \ldots$ are rational numbers.