# What is more than infinity?

Nothing is more than infinity, nothing is longer than infinity. It is infinite, definitely.

Nothing is more than infinity. Infinity will just go on forever!

### How does rational numbers is deeper than irrational numbers?

I don't understand what you mean by deeper, but the cardinality of irrational numbers, Aleph-One, is greater than the cardinality of rationals, Aleph-Null. That is to say, there are more irrational numbers than rationals. [If you treat infinity as a number, there are infinity to the power of infinity irrational numbers compared with "just infinity" for rationals.]

### What number is more than infinity?

There is no number greater than infinity. Infinity is defined to be greater than any number, so there can not be two numbers, both infinity, that are different. However, when dealing with limits, one can approach a non-infinite value for a function involving infinity. Take, for example, 2x divided by x, when x is infinity. That value is indeterminate, because infinity divided by infinity is defined as indeterminate, and 2 times infinity is still infinity…

### Is infinity an even number?

Infinity is not a number in the ordinary sense of the word. It is neither odd nor even. Here is an interesting paradox about the parity of infinity: If you multiply all integers together you get infinity. So 2 is a factor of infinity and so infinity must be even. But then one more than this number is also infinity and this new infinity must, therefore, be odd!

### What is the number after infinity?

Infinity is as big as you can get, so there is no number after it. There is also a "negative infinity" going the other way, so the total number of integers could be considered as two infinity (2 x ∞), or two ∞ plus 1 if you include zero. But usually infinity is defined to include the entire set of integers. * * * * * Except that infinity plus infinity, or even infinity times…

### Is there more than infinity?

To answer this question, you could maybe understand it better by asking the question in a slightly different way. If infinity is all possible quantity that could ever exist, how do you exceed infinity without violating the very concept of infinity in the first place? If everything possible is everything possible, then there can be no more than everything possible. Infinity represents an idea, just as all numbers do. However, the idea of infinity is…

### Is the infinity of decimals greater than the infinity of fractions?

Fractions are considered a Countable infinity, while decimals are uncountable. I don't know if you can state that one is more than the other, only that you can arrange all fractions in such a way that they can be counted (even though you'd never get to the end). Decimals, and irrational numbers cannot be counted. See related link for more information on this. Carl Sagan said something like: the number 1 and a googolplex are…

### Can infinity even be defined?

Certainly, infinity can be defined. It can't be perfectly defined, but then, as Wittgenstein demonstrated some time ago, there are really no perfect definitions of anything. All language is approximate, even in mathematics (which is more precisely defined than most subjects). Infinity is defined as an endless quantity, greater than any number that can be counted.

### Definition for Number less than 20?

A more formal definition for a number less than 20 could be, "a number x, x < 20" or if you want to express the set of all numbers less than 20 "{x | x < 20}" which is read "the set of all numbers x such that x is less than 20". In interval notation, you can write (-infinity, 20) where "infinity" should be replaced by the infinity symbol.

### How many 0's does infinity have?

Infinity cannot be expressed by any specific number. Any number you can express in digits, regardless of the number of digits, will always be less than infinity. Also, we don't know if infinity has any 0's in it at all. It may even be a series of 9's, since 9999 is bigger than the equivalence of 9000. Infinity is a theoretical number, even if it is proven to be existent. In respect, there are more…