- Is Infinity equal to zero?
- Why is 1 to the infinity indeterminate?
- Is infinity divided by infinity equal to 1?
- Is 0 to the power of infinity indeterminate?
- What is infinity to the 0 power?
- What is Ln infinity?
- What is infinity minus infinity?
- Can you use L Hopital’s rule for negative infinity over infinity?
- Is infinity minus 1 still infinity?
- What is the value of 1 minus infinity?
- Is negative infinity plus infinity zero?
- Is 1 Infinity defined?
- Can you do infinity times infinity?

## Is Infinity equal to zero?

In Mayan mathematics, zero is supposed to be, in some sense, equal to infinity.

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In terms of logarithms, the original value 0 corresponds to −∞, while the original infinite value corresponds to +∞..

## Why is 1 to the infinity indeterminate?

1^infinity is indeed an indeterminate form. Indeterminate form arise when the direct substitution while finding out a limit of some algebraic expression results in an expression which can’t be used to evaluate that limit.

## Is infinity divided by infinity equal to 1?

Therefore, infinity divided by infinity is NOT equal to one. Instead we can get any real number to equal to one when we assume infinity divided by infinity is equal to one, so infinity divided by infinity is undefined.

## Is 0 to the power of infinity indeterminate?

2 Answers. No, it is zero. Consider the function f(x,y)=xy and consider any sequences {(x0,y0),(x1,y1),…} with xi→0 and yi→∞.

## What is infinity to the 0 power?

If you extend the Real numbers set, you may say that infinity is defined as the NUMBER, which is bigger than any of the numbers in the non-extended Real numbers set. In that case infinity to the power of zero is 1 because any Real NUMBER to the power zero is 1.

## What is Ln infinity?

ln(∞) = ∞

## 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.

## Can you use L Hopital’s rule for negative infinity over infinity?

infinity in order for l’hopitals rule to still apply? … Direct link to Enn’s post “*L’Hopital’s* rule can be applied in all cases of …” L’Hopital’s rule can be applied in all cases of indeterminate forms which include 0/0, infinity / infinity, (infinity) /(-infinity) and. (-infinity) / (infinity).

## Is infinity minus 1 still infinity?

No. Add or subtract any finite number to or from infinity and the answer still infinity. … Infinity isn’t a specific number, it’s the idea of an uncountable number. So, subtracting 1 from an uncountable number means you still have an uncountable number since there’s nothing to subtract 1 from.

## What is the value of 1 minus infinity?

The answer is -9999999. You can see that as you use greater and greater values, the difference between x and the absolute value of 1-x is not significant. The answer will be negative infinity. This answer is easy to explain when viewed in a limit context.

## Is negative infinity plus infinity zero?

As x gets smaller, closer to zero, this approaches +infinity + (-infinity) in such a way that the limit is +infinity. The limit as x approaches 0 from below is -infinity. So this sum which can be rewritten as infinity minus infinity could be thought of as minus infinity or plus infinity. It is not defined.

## Is 1 Infinity defined?

Infinity: Definition Infinity is a concept, not a number. … As such, the expression 1/infinity is actually undefined. What we can do is look at what value 1/x approaches as x approaches infinity, or as x gets larger and larger.

## Can you do infinity times infinity?

You cannot multiply infinity by infinity for it cannot be represented as an integer. Infinity isn’t really a number at all. It represents a symbol for a value that is so large that we can’t imagine it – no matter what number you give me, it will always be less than infinity.