Hehehe, i typed 0 and 1 randomly and it happened to look convincing. Then i said something to throw you off the track, then Bre said something that sounded plausible.

Honestly there are an infinite number of irrational numbers in any interval. Though it would be close to impossible to find a number by chance that matches the number i gave, however there are actually an infinite number of rational

and irrational numbers that start with exactly the number i provided. So it wouldn't be hard at all to prove it could be irrational. It's a simple algebraic relation of pi divided by the right number to generate those digits in that order, then it would indeed be irrational. I'll leave that number up to you. hint: it is, and it's easy.