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*Post by Dan Christensen**Post by bassam king karzeddin*Big Hint: remove both decimals notations from (e & pi) to estimate (e/pi) to avoid any confusions

OMG! My calculator blew up when I tried to divide e/pi!!!

But seriously folks, I got 0.8652559794

Get a life Crank Boy.

Dan

Always clueless Troll Dan, for sure

The same naive question was asked at Quora at the same time, with (nearly 3000 views) and (11) answers out of which (10) are collapsed answers since they were so foolishly of the same type and standard of this response provided here by innocent Crank Dan.C.

In fact, not only Dan but so many of alike with that so naive understanding to what is the real meaning of a number

At Quora, I had invented so many sorts of Questions and through a long period with so many critiques to the common professional thinking, until finally, people started asking almost the same type of questions where the recent professional answers are also avoiding the gaps I used to point out,

And this is not the end, but so many Wiki pages had been (added, modified, ...etc), and apart from secret researchers topic that you might here bout it soon

However, the question content is so obvious and reveals the contradictions

in mathematics about very basic principle of definition of a number

For non mathematicians, a common answer as provided here by Dan would be convenient if it is required to approximate solution to a simple practical problem

But for a truly a math man, it is indeed a scandal, then HOW?

(e/Pi = (2.7182818284...)/(3.1415926535...) = (0.865255979433...)

Of course, you can remove the decimal notations in order to carry out the division operation since this does not alter the content answer

So, here it is for you again and again and again ... (until you get it), and urgently teach your teacher about it, wonder!

(e/Pi = (27182818284...)/(31415926535...) = (0.865255979433...)

BUT you know that ellipses dots means infinite (endless)

And hence, you are ultimately approximating the ratio of two integers where each of them consists of infinite sequence of integers

But mathematics in principles doesn't define that kind of infinite integers

Thus the ratio (being with endless digits) is also nonsense meaning, (undefined)

And thus, for any number with endless digits (with or without a decimal notations) is certainly a meaningless nonsense and fiction number for sure

Someone might think that if maths define that infinite integer with infinite sequences of digits (each as unique string of digits as a distinct infinity), but truly this would lead you to be more astray

It follows directly that those fiction integers can not exist because infinity itself is a nonexistence, otherwise, those integers would have been defined long ago

Regards

Bassam King Karzeddin

May 27, 2017