**If you are in Georgia,
it should be easy to find the fraction and decimal that says,
"I am hot."**

(Reprinted with permission from Mathematical Challenges for the Middle Grades, copyright 1991 by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. All rights reserved.)

I began this search the
easiest way possible...I only had 9 numbers to work with, so why
not begin just sticking in digits in some sort of systematic fashion.
For example, I = 1, A = 2, M = 0. After keeping my numerator as
1 and constantly changing the numbers in my denominator consecutively,
I found that 1/27 = .037037037. I continued...and found 1/37 =
.027027027. I figured immediately that I must be on to something,
but just to prove to myself, I went through all the twos, i.e.
2/10, 2/21, 2/22...2/27...2/37. Again, I saw the same type of
repetition in decimals. The fractions 2/27 = .074074074 and **2/37 = .054054054**...oh goodness...this one actually
works. I wondered if another fraction would work and still fit
in the same criteria. I continued...3/27 = well, to say the least
it was a repeating decimal however, it did not work, but 3/37
= .081081081 did work although it did not fit my "different
digits" criteria. Okay, let's go to the fours. The fraction
4/27 = .148148148 and **4/37
= .108108108**...wow,
this one works too!!! So now I am assuming it works with multiples
of 2...**NOT!!! **The fractions 6/27 = .22222 and 6/37 = .162162162
did not work they did not fit the criteria. Now, I figured maybe,
just maybe it worked by finding the powers of 2 in the numerator
and having 37 as the denominator...let's see...**8/37 = .216216216**. Hot dog! It did work!!!

So my answers to are **2/37, 4/37 and 8/37.**

**I guess...I
AM HOTHOTHOT!!!**