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Indeterminate Form Infinity Times Zero – YouTube

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/09/06

Infinity is not a number and you cannot do arithmetic with it. This means that in mathematics, in contrast to what some people believe, infinity times zero might not equal to zero.

As infinity as mind boggling to most, two interesting videos below.

The first about infinity times zero, the second about some interesting paradoxes around infinity.

But first a few other links:

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–jeroen

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