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**giinnocto** just a theory I JUST came up with laying down trying to go to sleep. i haven't figured out all the details of it yet and i don't happen to have a supercomputer handy so i was hoping someone here could tell me...

ok... say we were to start a circle out with a radius of pi and a circumfrence of pi R2, as we calculate pi deeper and deeper into itself the circle grows and the wedge that is missing from the circumfrence (theoretically) shrinks now if we were to measure the distance of the missing wedge along the circumference, and the circumference itself minus the wedge, as the radius is kept equal to the Pi that we have calculated thus far, along with the area of both the circle minus the wedge and the wedge itself, could it be possible to find a constant or a variable in the rate of which the wedge would shrink grow or stay the same to prove whether or not Pi really is unending or not?