Is Pi the only unique ratio number?

One of the interesting things about Pi

One Million Digits of 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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5 thoughts on “Is Pi the only unique ratio number?

  1. 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.

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