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Piece of cake
PI isnt really an infinite quanity.PI is a circular boundary in a two dimensional plane.Very limited within still more limits.
If you were to draw a cirlce and have a 4 year old child trace their finger around the perimeter until they came to the end and got them started it does not take long before they exclaim-there is no end.
This is the type of insght a super computer cannot master yet.It follows the instrucion to find the end of a continuos line endlessly and never reaches a conclusion.
The vexing question I have is whether or not the PI ratio and its infinite non repeating digit quality hold significance outside of the boundary of circular two dimension plane.A commutation of its infinite ratio property outside of its border and dimensional boundaries if you will.
Is there a quick shortcut to what Im looking for on this one?The 4 year couldnt help and neither could the computer.