Hehe...this reminds me of the first debate of my Debate class last semester. The topic was "Is pi better than pie?", and I argued the pro-pie side. Basically I argued that because perfect circles do not exist in real life, pi does not exist, and therefore cannot be better than anything. Hey, we won.
Part of our opening case:
a. Examples of mathematical concepts that do not actually exist – only approximations
b. No such thing as a perfect mathematical circle
ii. On computer: collection of square pixels
iii. Borderline has thickness
c. Pi based on nonexistent circle
i. Ratio of circumference to diameter
ii. Pi itself does not exist
iii. Cannot be better than pie, which does exist
iv. Cannot be better than anything
Of course, I conveniently forgot to mention that mathematical concepts that do not represent the tangible world precisely can still be highly useful, and that most of our technology would fall apart without them.