# Mirror Infinity By Taslima Akther

By now we know the definition of infinity. This is a number that never ends, which has no limit. Itâ€™s very difficult to understand the complexity of this number till you donâ€™t fully understand the basic math. We donâ€™t use infinity in ever day of our live but we are always connected to it.

I donâ€™t exactly remember the first time infinity was introduced to me. I do remember a time when my mom took me to a salon to cut my hair. I was maybe 6 years old. The most thing grabbed my attention in that salon was the mirror. The mirror reflected my image so many times that I couldnâ€™t finish counting it. The Image above is a great example of it. Â It always fascinated me but didnâ€™t bother me to ask anyone why this happens. Now that I have come to learn infinity, I now know the reasons behind it. In class I was first introduced to infinity through PIE. Thatâ€™s the time I started to learn about infinity in class.

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### 4 Responses to Mirror Infinity By Taslima Akther

1. shawnnyboyyy says:

That is an awesome picture. My question to you is do we really know what infinity is? If we cannot apply a concrete definition to it, can we really know its meaning. Math is always about solving for a definite answer, an exact answer, but infinity doesn’t have anything exact about it. It is an unknown value so can we really ever know what it truly is?

• alamin163 says:

I really like the concept of “mirror infinity” you have used and the picture itself. Just like you, every time I go to salon, I always wonder the interesting unlimited reflection of mirror image, but never thought about the term “infinity”. As I know n0w, next time, when I go to salon, I can relate this term “infinity” to the reflecting mirror image.

I also like the fact that you have mentioned that eventhough we don’t realize infinity in everyday lives, somehow we are connected to it.

2. alamin163 says:

I really like the concept of â€śmirror infinityâ€ť you have used and the picture itself. Just like you, every time I go to salon, I always wonder the interesting unlimited reflection of mirror image, but never thought about the term â€śinfinityâ€ť. As I know n0w, next time, when I go to salon, I can relate this term â€śinfinityâ€ť to the reflecting mirror image.

I also like the fact that you have mentioned that eventhough we donâ€™t realize infinity in everyday lives, somehow we are connected to it.

3. zbrowne says:

This picture was actually an idea I had to take when I was deciding what picture to take. I’ve often walked into hallways surrounded by mirrors & thought to myself, “Woah, there’s like an endless amount of me in these mirrors.” When you think about it, there’s a mirror image of yourself inside of another mirror image of yourself, inside another mirror image of yourself (You get the idea), etc… Fabulous choice of a picture.