tecnically \frac{\chi} {\infty}=0
(sorry first time)
theorems:
any finite digit divided by infinity is = to zero
any difined digit divided by itself is = to one
I do understand the mathematical deffinition of infinity now, and I do realize that infinity can not be treated, in any way like a variable.
Somewhere down the line the denomenator would become infinitely small, and never reach 1/0,and the solution would be infinitely large, and not be able...
sorry-- I didn't explain
infinity divided by infinity
it is an algebraic function
I was merely visualizing the numberline as a whole.
I isolated the denomenators
I see no problem with using negative infinity, but i do see what you mean for the tricky infinity, because if you multiply infinity by its tricky one then it will turn out as the tricky one.
infinity multiplied by itself commes out as infinity. This is the problem with working within the...
So if zero is the equivalent of infinity and -infinity then the numberline as a whole is not just a straight line, but a loop that resembles the sign for infinity. (KUNUNDRUM?)
I am treating infinity as a variable, and the number system explained and described above.
undifined 1/0 ?!
why is anything over zero undefined?
This is a question I have faced for a while and have not found an answer.
Could you please help me?