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^{2}(I am looking in the greek alphabet and geometry symbols and can not find the symbol for pi that looks anything like pi when in preview mode) Sorry.

If Pi is the ratio of a circumference to the diameter of a circle and geometrically this gives the perfect measurement of a circumference with a finite measurement, why is Pi an infinite number? This means that the physical reality and the geometry are never in agreement. Or am I wrong somewhere?