## What is 0 into infinity?

If **zero** is divided by infinity, the result is 0.

**What is infinity divided by 0?**

Answer and Explanation: **We cannot really divide infinity by zero** because infinity is not a number and we do not divide by zero. However, we can use limits to determine what happens when we divide an extremely large quantity (almost infinitely large) by an extremely small quantity (very close to a zero).

**Is 0 infinity possible?**

In terms of logarithms, **the original value 0 corresponds to −∞**, while the original infinite value corresponds to +∞. When we treat both possible values −∞ and +∞ as a single infinity, we thus treat the original values 0 and infinity as similar.

**What is bigger than infinity?**

The concept of infinity varies accordingly. Mathematically, if we see infinity is the unimaginable end of the number line. As no number is imagined beyond it(**no real number is larger than infinity**). The symbol (∞) sets the limit or unboundedness in calculus.

**What happens if you divide 0 by infinity?**

And so on. Regardless of what large number we're dividing by our answer is 0 and by letting this large number increase (as much as we please, tending to infinity) **the answer is still 0**. Thus the 'answer' to your question is 0.

**Is ∞ 0 indeterminate?**

Another states that **infinity/0 is one of the indeterminate forms having a large range of different values**. The last reasons that infinity/0 "is" equal to infinity, ie: Suppose you set x=0/0 and then multiply both sides by 0. Then (0 x)=0 is true for most any x-- indeterminant.

**Why is 1 divided by 0 infinity?**

As much as we would like to have an answer for "what's 1 divided by 0?" **it's sadly impossible to have an answer**. The reason, in short, is that whatever we may answer, we will then have to agree that that answer times 0 equals to 1, and that cannot be true, because anything times 0 is 0.

**What is 1 over infinity?**

Infinity is a concept, not a number; therefore, the expression 1/infinity is actually **undefined**. In mathematics, a limit of a function occurs when x gets larger and larger as it approaches infinity, and 1/x gets smaller and smaller as it approaches zero.

**What is 1 minus infinity?**

Negative infinity means that it gets arbitrarily smaller than any number you can give. so 1 - infinity = **-infinity** and 1 + infinity = + infinity makes sense only when looked as in this sense.

**Does zero truly exist?**

The number 0 is the smallest non-negative integer. The natural number following 0 is 1 and no natural number precedes 0. **The number 0 may or may not be considered a natural number, but it is an integer, and hence a rational number and a real number** (as well as an algebraic number and a complex number).

## Is infinity plus 1 bigger than infinity?

Yet even this relatively modest version of infinity has many bizarre properties, including being so vast that it remains the same, no matter how big a number is added to it (including another infinity). So **infinity plus one is still infinity**.

**Why 0 into infinity is undefined?**

Zero is so small that it makes everyone vanish, but infinite is so huge that it makes everyone infinite after multiplication. In particular, **infinity is the same thing as "1 over 0", so "zero times infinity" is the same thing as "zero over zero", which is an indeterminate form**.

**What is this number 1000000000000000000000000?**

Name | The Number | Symbol |
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quintillion | 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 | E |

quadrillion | 1,000,000,000,000,000 | P |

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quadrillionth | 0.000 000 000 000 001 | f |

**Is ∞ the biggest number?**

**There is no biggest, last number** … except infinity. Except infinity isn't a number. But some infinities are literally bigger than others.

**Is Google a number yes or no?**

Google is the word that is more common to us now, and so it is sometimes mistakenly used as a noun to refer to the number 10^{100}. That number is a googol, so named by Milton Sirotta, the nephew of the American mathematician Edward Kasner, who was working with large numbers like 10^{100}.

**What is 5 over infinity?**

Hence, 5 divided by infinity is **0**. Alternatively, we know that any number divided by 5 is equal to 0. Therefore, 5 divided by 0 is 0.

**Why is 1 0 undefined and not infinity?**

As we cannot guess the exact number, we consider it as a length of a number or infinity. In normal cases, **the value of something divided by 0 has not been set yet**, so it's undefined.

**Is dividing by 0 infinity or undefined?**

Just say that it equals "undefined." In summary with all of this, we can say that zero over 1 equals zero. We can say that **zero over zero equals "undefined."** And of course, last but not least, that we're a lot of times faced with, is 1 divided by zero, which is still undefined.

**Why is 1 divided by 0 equal to infinity?**

Note: We must remember that **the value of 1 divided by 0 is infinity only in the case of limits**. The word infinity signifies the length of the number. In the case of limits, we only assume that the value of limit x tends to something and not equal to something. So, we consider it infinity.

**Is 0 to infinity closed or open?**

So the only boundary point of [0,∞) and (0,∞) is 0 itself. It is in [0,∞), so that **set is closed**. It is not in (0,∞), so that set is open.

## Why is 0 * infinity undefined?

First of all, **infinity is not a real number so actually dividing something by zero is undefined**. In calculus ∞ is an informal notion of something "larger than any finite number", but it's not a well-defined number.

**Do numbers never end?**

**The sequence of natural numbers never ends, and is infinite**. OK, ^{1}/_{3} is a finite number (it is not infinite). There's no reason why the 3s should ever stop: they repeat infinitely. So, when we see a number like "0.999..." (i.e. a decimal number with an infinite series of 9s), there is no end to the number of 9s.

**Is Dividing by 0 infinity or undefined?**

Just say that it equals "undefined." In summary with all of this, we can say that zero over 1 equals zero. We can say that **zero over zero equals "undefined."** And of course, last but not least, that we're a lot of times faced with, is 1 divided by zero, which is still undefined.

**What is 1 over negative infinity?**

−1∞ is **0**. Any value divided by infinity is 0 except infinity divided by infinity, which is undefined.

**Is infinity times zero still zero?**

This question already has answers here:

Closed 8 years ago. **Any number multiplied by 0 is 0**. Any number multiply by infinity is infinity or indeterminate.

**Is 0 infinity the same as R?**

This is known to be a bijection from R→(0,∞). Therefore, **R and (0,∞) have the same cardinality**.

**Is infinity divided by infinity 0?**

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**.

**Why is 1 ∞ not equal to 1?**

Infinite exponentiation means that you take 1 and multiply it by a scaler, a, infitnite number of times. **Scaling by a > 1 yields greater and greater number**. So, (a>1)∞=∞.

**Is infinity times zero 1?**

Any number times any number is a number, so let's just call any number 1. Any number times 0 equals 0 and **any number times infinity equals infinity**. In this way, they are similar to the square root of -1.

**What is 1 divided by infinity?**

Also, in some calculators such as the TI-Nspire, 1 divided by infinity can be evaluated as **0**.