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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Infinity can't be a constant because ∞ ± k = ∞ , but a constant changes (its) value when something is added or subtracted.

But infinity can't be variable because the definition of variable is

"A variable is a symbol that stands for a value that may vary" or stating in simple terms

"In mathematics, a changing quantity (one that can take various values) is variable"

But infinity is not defined, so it can't vary with wrt to anything.

So what is it?

But infinity can't be variable because the definition of variable is

"A variable is a symbol that stands for a value that may vary" or stating in simple terms

"In mathematics, a changing quantity (one that can take various values) is variable"

But infinity is not defined, so it can't vary with wrt to anything.

So what is it?