# I can't have anymore Pi-Pies...

Calculus Level pending

 Suppose a Pie is a perfect circle with a radius of $$\pi$$. Suppose $$I$$ is the area of the pie, and $$P$$ is the circumference of the pie, calculate the infinite series $\frac { P }{ I } \quad +\quad \frac { { P }^{ 2 } }{ { I }^{ 2 } } \quad +\quad \frac { { P }^{ 3 } }{ { I }^{ 3 } } \quad +\quad ...$

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