- Why is infinity not a number?
- Is 1 to the infinity indeterminate?
- What is the answer of 1 infinity?
- What is 2 to the infinity?
- Is 0 to the infinity indeterminate?
- Why is 1 to the Power Infinity indeterminate?
- What is the product of zero and infinity?
- Can you divide infinity by 2?
- What is 1 infinity squared?
- What is zero to the infinity power?
- What is infinity divided 0?
- Is infinity a real number?
- What is infinity minus infinity?

## Why is infinity not a number?

Infinity is not a number; it is the name for a concept.

Most people have sort of an intuitive idea of what infinity is – it’s a quantity that’s bigger than any number.

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Even though infinity is not a number, it is possible for one infinite set to contain more things than another infinite set..

## Is 1 to the infinity indeterminate?

While at first this problem may not look like a 1 to infinity problem, it actually is because when you try to take a limit, you get 1 to infinity. Because you’re dealing with limits, this 1 to infinity is an indeterminate form, as we discussed a moment ago, meaning it’s an answer that you can’t use.

## What is the answer of 1 infinity?

1 divided by infinity, if you could actually reach infinity, is equal to 0.

## What is 2 to the infinity?

And here we can prove it as follows.. Here look the infinity means a very very large quantity that means unreachable quantity so simply, {something}^infinity= a very very large quantity(unreachable) that means infinity. So clearly 2^infinity=infinity.

## Is 0 to the infinity indeterminate?

In multiplying 0 by infinity, infinity is the multiplier and 0 is the multiplicand. So multiplying zero infinite number of times will give the product zero. Infinite here means indefinitely finite. Therefore, Zero multiplied by infinity is zero, not indeterminate.

## Why is 1 to the Power Infinity indeterminate?

In the literature of mathematics, the exact value for anything is defined with its limit. The limit from the left hand side must be equal to the limit from the right hand side. … This makes the value of 1 to the power of infinity still indeterminate.

## What is the product of zero and infinity?

In actuality, when any number (including zero) is multiplied with infinity, then the results are always undefined. Therefore, zero times infinity is undefined. So, zero times infinity is an undefined real number.

## Can you divide infinity by 2?

Infinity divided by any number (including infinity) is also infinity. We can’t do operations on infinity if our system of numbers is the set of real numbers seeing in this system infinity is not a number. Infinity divided by 2 is infinity.

## What is 1 infinity squared?

That means as the number increases, 1/x decreases so fast and it nears zero. So, when when you take 1/infinity it nears zero, so we take it as zero. And so does 1/infinity^2.

## What is zero to the infinity power?

It means that no matter how many times you multiply 0 by 0, you will still end up with 0; which means that, yes, 0^∞=0. Bonus Fact: 1^∞ is also 1, since 1×1=1, and so on, and so forth. No matter how many times you do it, you never leave 1 (or 0, in the last case).

## What is infinity divided 0?

Infinity is not a real number, and even if it were, it wouldn’t be the answer to dividing something by zero. There is no number that you can multiply by 0 to get a non-zero number. There is NO solution, so any non-zero number divided by 0 is undefined.

## Is infinity a real number?

Infinity is not a real number, it is an idea. An idea of something without an end. Infinity cannot be measured. Even these faraway galaxies can’t compete with infinity.

## What is infinity minus infinity?

It is impossible for infinity subtracted from infinity to be equal to one and zero. Using this type of math, we can get infinity minus infinity to equal any real number. Therefore, infinity subtracted from infinity is undefined.