### What is infinity divided by 5?

Infinity divided by any finite number is infinity. Here are the rules: 1. Infinity divided by a finite number is infinite (I / f = I); 2. Any finite number divided by infinity is a number infinitesimally larger than, but never equal to, zero (f / I = 1 / I); 3. Infinity divided by infinity is one (I / I = 1), or in fact any other positive number (I / I = and…

### How many 0 are in ifinity?

If the question meant infinity, the answer is none. Infinity is not a number. If the question meant infinity, the answer is none. Infinity is not a number. If the question meant infinity, the answer is none. Infinity is not a number. If the question meant infinity, the answer is none. Infinity is not a number.

### What is infinite plus 2?

Infinity added to anything is infinity (with the exception of -infinity, as it is an indeterminate form). Thus, infinity + 2 = infinity. The problem is that (although it is easy to think of it this way) infinity is not a number. Infinity is, rather, the concept that something is boundless. Thus, "infinity + 2" is a category error. (This is (supposed to be) a sum in maths, and infinity is not a number.)

### 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…

### What does infinity times infinity equal?

infinity2 Well, your question does not specify whether the infinities are "countable" infinities (such as the number of integers) or "uncountable" infinities (such as the number of real numbers). If both multiplicands are countable infinities, the product is also countable infinity. If either multiplicand is uncountable, the product is uncountable infinity. Countable infinity is known as "Aleph null", and uncountable infinity as "Aleph one". Infinity times zero may possibly be equivalent to zero though…

### What is infinity add infinity add infinity add infinity?

As Infinity means to be without end, adding infinity to infinity to infinity would not change that. Adding infinity to an infinity would be Infinity itself. However, this could change if other mathematical processes are done. ================================== When real math people run into the thing we call "infinity", they call it "undefined". It's not a number, and it doesn't participate in the operations of arithmetic like numbers do. So technically, this question describes a process…

### How and where is infinity used?

Infinity is used in a variety of manners. Because it means going on forever, domains and ranges use infinity. For example, the domain and range of the equation y=x are both (-infinity,infinity). In calculus, infinity is commonly used in limits. This is in one of two ways; either the limit can approach infinity, or the number the limit is of can approach infinity. Normal models in statistics also use 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 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…

### What is infinity is divided by infinity?

1 To touch on this whatever you take and divide by the same number will always give you one. 2 Infinity divided by infinity is not equal to 1, But it is undefined, not another infinity. This would help you: First, I am going to define this axiom (assumption) that infinity divided by infinity is equal to one: ∞ - ∞ = 1 Since ∞ = ∞ + ∞, then we are going to substitute…