One of the interesting things about Pi

is that the number sequence within it never repeats (see above).

So that is one of the class of non-representational in ‘normal’ mathematical ‘numbers’ then.

I wonder how many of that type of ‘number’s exist? In what distribution? Is that important or unimportant?

P.S. 1/3 falls into a related class, it repeats forever.

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I thought the value of e was similar to the value of pi. Do not have a reference for this thought.

Did not see the qualifier–ratio number do not believe e is a ratio as pi is.

But again do not now why I believe this.

I just observe that you can perfectly represent it in ratio maths. Just like the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antikythera_mechanism but not in any digitisation or digitalisation or any numbering system

How about the “golden ratio”. I believe it relates to line segments.

Well that makes two by the look. Repeats indefinitely. Any more.