Q: What is pi calculated to infinity?

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No. Pi is a finite number.

No. Infinity goes on forever, and thus is an 'infinitely' large number. Pi however, even though it has infinite decimal places, will never be a bigger number than what it is. By this I mean Pi can never be measured as 3.2. Or 3.15. Or 3.143. At least in my understanding.

infinity, the pi number keeps going on to infinity

Think of pi as infinity. It never ends. You might mean "3.14" as an approximation of pi, though.

infinity or no ending

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Infinity.

infinity. anything times infinity is infinity (with the exception of indeterminant forms like infinity/infinity)

No. Pi is a finite number.

Pi = 3.14 + infinity

Impossible to answer ! Infinity is a never ending quantity - and Pi is a never ending decimal !

No. Infinity goes on forever, and thus is an 'infinitely' large number. Pi however, even though it has infinite decimal places, will never be a bigger number than what it is. By this I mean Pi can never be measured as 3.2. Or 3.15. Or 3.143. At least in my understanding.

Since pi is irrational , so the answer is infinity.

zero

infinity, the pi number keeps going on to infinity

There is NO true number!!!! 'pi' is an irrational number, which means that the decimal digits go to infinity, and there is no regular order in the decimal digits. 'pi does NOT equal 3.14, nor 3.1416, nor 3.141592 These are only approximations. pi = 3.141592.... ( to infinity). Super Dupa computers have calculated 'pi' to at least 50 billion places and still going. However, for school work.or technical /scientific work , pi is equated to 3.14 or 3.1416.

Pi as written is 3.14159265358979323 to infinity. The 17th number is 3.

Think of pi as infinity. It never ends. You might mean "3.14" as an approximation of pi, though.