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No it isn't.

Are you telling me that represents exactly all the numbers up to infinity.

Lol

I think you need to study philosophy a little if you remotely think that pi = 3.141... or that aleph 0 exactly represents all the whole numbers that can be counted in an infinite amount of time and perhaps calculus.

Just repeating yourself doesn't make it true.

You can put it in a bigger font and change the colour if you like. You are human you cannot conceive of something that your brain cannot imagine because of physical laws that prohibit infinity. Get used to it. Nothing changes your limits any more thanthe value of pi can never be representedor measured to the infinite degree of accuracy. You are asymptotically bound to that which can exist. Beyond that which can exist is trite therefore, when you can barely comprehend that which can, let alone the limit to which it approaches.

Can you explain the bolded parts to me in fewer words?You represent itis the key word but you cannot measure its accuracy to infinite places though can you. Or can you? Do you think you can?

In fact you couldn't even measure if it approached pi to 1000 decimal places let alone a million or infinite decimal places.

This is no more a pictorial representation of pi than the wave function is a pictorial representation of the photon. That cannot be known either.

A circle is a representation of [itex] C=2\pi{r}[/itex] it can by definition though only be represented approximately, no matter how precise your tools are it is impossible to measure anything with infinite places to infinite places.

It is not possible to draw a perfect circle.