what do pi and infinity have in common?

in what can we use infinity?

if the universe is infinity big, whats the multiverse`s size then?

what is infinity /pi or infinity /4 ?

if i say `this is over infinity big or infinity + infinity or infinity*(infinity*infinity)^infinity`

. what does that mean?

please if you know some of the things, answer them in the comments :)

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TopNewestI think all pi and infinity have in common is the infinite digits...

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yeah

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