One can easily relate all regular polygons to the triangle:
triangle = 1 triangle square = 2 triangles pentagon = 3 triangles hexagon = 4 triangles
and so on and so forth…
A circle is basically just a regular polygon with an infinite number of sides.
Having said that, we could say that the circle is composed of infinitely many triangles of infinitely small size.
so infinity/infinity = pi*r^2
divide by r^2 and get that pi = infinity/(infinity*r^2)
We know pi is the fixed value 3.14… so wouldn't my logical progression prove that infinity can take on different sizes?