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# Does pi represent a finite or infinite number?

###### Answered 2011-03-21 03:12:18

Pi is an irrational number. As such, it has an infinite number of digits.

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infinite number of digits after the decimal point -- pi does not have a finite value.

Because pi is an irrational number that has an infinite amount of digits

Some finite numbers in a set: the number of digits on your hand, the number of seats on a bus, and the number of people on earth. Some infinite numbers in a set: the number of positive integers and the number of digits in pi.

The square root of pi is a finite number. However, it is an irrational number. That implies that if you try to write it out as a decimal number, it will stretch out to an infinite number of decimal places to the right of the decimal point.

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(Pi) is not an 'infinite number'. It just can't be written exactly with any finite number of digits. But there are plenty of digits available, to make your division as accurate as you want it. You can never get an exact answer, just like you can never write the exact value of (pi), but you can get as close as anyone will ever need to get.

Pi is an irrational number so it will go on to infinity. That also means it will take to infinity to calculate the infinite point. By definition a finite number will never be found.

3.14 has a finite number of digits. All numbers with a finite number of digits are rational. Pi has an infinite number of digits, AND the digits don't repeat in a regular pattern. (Numbers with repeating decimals are rational as well.)

There is an infinite number of numbers in pi.

This has an infinite number of answers, for example: pi / 1, (2 x pi) / 2, 1 / (1/pi), etc.This has an infinite number of answers, for example: pi / 1, (2 x pi) / 2, 1 / (1/pi), etc.This has an infinite number of answers, for example: pi / 1, (2 x pi) / 2, 1 / (1/pi), etc.This has an infinite number of answers, for example: pi / 1, (2 x pi) / 2, 1 / (1/pi), etc.

Pi is an irrational number with an infinite number of digits.The answer to this question depends upon whether pi is a "normal" irrational number or not. By "normal" in this context we mean that it has an infinite number of non repeating digits and there is an equal probability for the occurrence of any digit in the number. If this is true then in an infinite sequence, where any digit has an equal chance of appearing, then there must be an infinite number of that digit. So the answer is that there are an infinite number of zeroes in pi.If pi is not normal then the answer is unknown.

Any number that ca be expressed as a finite or infinite decimal is a real number. 3, 1/7, -2.65, pi, sqrt(37) are all real numbers.

They are infinite because pi is an irrational number

3.14159265359, an infinite number

Pi is an undefinable number, as it has an infinite number of places. It is roughly 3.141592653...

No one has 'solved' pi. It is an infinite number (it goes on forever).

Pi is an irrational number because as a decimal number it is infinite. Pi is 3.14159... .

Pi is an irrational number because as a decimal number it is infinite which means it has no terminating ending

"Pi" is an irrational number. No series of digits can represent its value exactly, whether written as a fraction or as a decimal. The decimal can be extended to any number of significant figures, no matter how large, and never ends.

Pi is an irrational recurring decimal number. Hence, pi has infinite length.

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