given (-1)! = [itex]\tilde{\infty}[/itex] , which is complex infinity(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

the real part of [itex]\tilde{\infty}[/itex] is [itex]\overline{?}[/itex] which is "a quantity whose magnitude cannot be determined" as stated in wolfram's site at http://functions.wolfram.com/Constants/ComplexInfinity/introductions/Symbols/ShowAll.html" [Broken]

can we say that taking the real part of x/(-1)!

RE( x / [itex]\tilde{\infty}[/itex] ) = x/c, where c is an arbitrary constant?

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# Division by complex infinity, simple question! please help

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