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← Mathematics: stupid and clever questions for people who understand

godzillatemple's Avatar Jump to comment 9 by godzillatemple

How can you possibly have "orders" of infinity? Infinity is not an actual number -- it's a concept that means that there is no end to numbers. So how can you multiply infinity times itself in the first place, and how could the result be anything other than infinity in the second place?

Mon, 07 May 2012 21:54:44 UTC | #940429