Infinity...6

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    nycmathguy

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    Let 00 = infinity.

    Let n = any integer

    What is n(00)?

    What is (-00)(00)?

    Explain.
     
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    do you mean 00 represents symbol for infinity: ∞

    if so, then
    n( ∞)= ∞ is undefined
    if n=5, than 5( ∞)= ∞ is true

    (- ∞)( ∞) = upload_2022-5-31_18-36-36.gif
     
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    What else would I mean by 00 = infinity? I don't have the infinity symbol on my cell phone keyboard.

    So, (-00)(00) = -00.

    I guess (00)(00) = 00.

    Yes?
     
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    yes
     
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    Very good. Look for a PM soon.
     
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