Hi everyone, I know you are all working hard on studying for the exam next week. Because of this, I have extended the deadline for the current webwork assignment for 1 week, now due Tuesday, May 8th. Heads up: Webwork … Continue reading
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Infinity has no limits. This can refer to the galaxy, reflection of two or more mirrors facing each other and of course in math. Infinity is forever. It cannot be defined as a number in mthematics and is used to … Continue reading
To me infinity is nothing more than a set of words,Like omniscient and omnipotent. Meaning all knowing and all seeing, like infinity these words encompass everything. What strikes me as odd is the said force of gravity , one of … Continue reading
Its in our nature to aspire to live forever. If it were possible to steal another day or hour or minute or even if all we could take was an extra second, we would take it. Man has tried to … Continue reading
Infinity is already a fully formed which cannot be measure Aristotle claims that magnitude is not infinite. So, no matter how much finite magnitude is added to a magnitude, the total magnitude is finite. That is, we cannot reach infinity … Continue reading
Infinity as in many words but the way I can best describe it in my own words would be limitless. No matter what amount of time passes, the matter would always be existant. I was first introduced to the idea … Continue reading
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Infinity has to be the trickiest anomaly that we have. Infinity is supposed to encompass all things (like when we are doing limits in class) but then we don’t know what it is. We don’t know if infinity has a … Continue reading
Infinite may be described several different ways, depending on the perspective of the person. Infinite to me is, something that has no boundaries. There is no conclusive evidence where the beginning or ending is. There is just no limit, … Continue reading
Everyone is familiar with the infinity symbol, the one that looks like the number eight tipped over on its side. The sequence of natural numbers, 1, 2, 3, …, and the points on a number line is said to be … Continue reading