## Answer :

1.

**Understanding [tex]\(\overline{33}\)[/tex]:**

- The notation [tex]\( \overline{33} \)[/tex] represents the repeating decimal [tex]\( 0.\overline{33} \)[/tex], which can be written as [tex]\( 0.3333\ldots \)[/tex].

2.

**Understanding the square root:**

- [tex]\( \sqrt{144} \)[/tex] represents the square root of 144. The positive square root of 144 is [tex]\( 12 \)[/tex].

3.

**Multiplying:**

- First, we convert the repeating decimal [tex]\( 0.3333\ldots \)[/tex] into a fraction. In fact, [tex]\( 0.3333\ldots = \frac{1}{3} \)[/tex].

- Now we multiply [tex]\( 8 \times 0.3333\ldots \)[/tex] or [tex]\( 8 \times \frac{1}{3} \)[/tex]:

[tex]\[ 8 \times 0.3333\ldots = \frac{8}{3} \approx 2.64 \][/tex]

4.

**Combining results with the square root:**

- We multiply [tex]\( 8 \)[/tex] by [tex]\( \sqrt{144} = 12 \)[/tex]:

[tex]\[ 8 \times 12 = 96 \][/tex]

5.

**Final results:**

- The calculation of [tex]\( \frac{8}{3} = 2.64 \)[/tex].

- The calculation of [tex]\( 8 \times 12 = 96 \)[/tex].

The results can be expressed as:

- The fraction part multiplied: [tex]\( 2.64 \)[/tex].

- The final multiplication result: [tex]\( 96 \)[/tex].

Therefore, the answer to [tex]\( 8 . \overline{33} \times \sqrt{144} \)[/tex] results in:

[tex]\[ 96.0 \][/tex]

These steps outline a clear and detailed approach to solving the problem by breaking down each part of the operation!