The Midpoint Calculator
Create a calculation where zero divided by a number equals infinity.
Infinity is defined by a never ending number, expressed by a symbol with the mathematical rule that any expression divided by infinity equals zero.
A number divided by Infinity available here.
Explanation of Pi: 22/7;
Pi, a non-rational number, goes on forever; the same definition as infinity, but a different symbol
What’s the difference?
If Pi is used to explain infinity and the rule “any expression divided by infinity = zero, then 3.14/3.14 should equal zero, which is untrue; therefore Pi is not equal to 3.14 and Pi is not equal to Infinity.
I think Pi is considered a ‘constant’ which makes a circular item continuous and it is part of a formula to complete another equation. It’s not a number entered to create another number on its own.
These are arguable and in fact have been researched and disputed:
No, pi isn’t 22/7 – Here’s why
Many of use were taught that pi is twenty-two divided by seven in grade school. However, it is something more than that—and definitely not 22/7.
Pi is an irrational number.
So in essence, it cannot be expressed as the ratio of two integers that have no other common factor other than one. Then, why 22/7 you ask?
Well, this is actually just an approximation.
22/7 is 3.142; whereas pi is 3.1415—the value differs at only the third digit! The estimated value of pi used by NASA and for other scientific purposes contains around forty digits of pi!