This no. can be expressed as \(x\), where \(1000000000000000000x\)=\(817263544536271809.817263544536271809...... \). So \(999999999999999999x\) = \(817263544536271809\). So, \( \frac{817263544536271809}{999999999999999999}\) = \(\frac{10089673389336689}{12345679012345679}\) =\(0.817263544536271809817263544536271809......\)

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TopNewestThis no. can be expressed as \(x\), where \(1000000000000000000x\)=\(817263544536271809.817263544536271809...... \). So \(999999999999999999x\) = \(817263544536271809\). So, \( \frac{817263544536271809}{999999999999999999}\) = \(\frac{10089673389336689}{12345679012345679}\) =\(0.817263544536271809817263544536271809......\)

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