One definition is: : The ideal point at the right end of the number line. With this definition, there is nothing (meaning: no real numbers) larger than infinity.
Aleph is used in the names of various cardinal infinities, and omega is used for the first ordinal infinity. God has often been identified with infinity, e.g. by Cantor himself. And God is often referred to as "the alpha and the omega".
Aleph is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and aleph-null is the first smallest infinity. It's how many natural numbers there are. Aleph-null is bigger.
Different infinite sets can have different cardinalities, and some are larger than others. Beyond the infinity known as ℵ0 (the cardinality of the natural numbers) there is ℵ1 (which is larger) … ℵ2 (which is larger still) … and, in fact, an infinite variety of different infinities.
Mathematicians have identified many different types of infinity, of which the 'smallest' is Aleph-null, which is reached by counting forever. So infinity plus one is still infinity.
Numerically and scientifically zero is the smallest number or amount known to man (negative numbers are larger) and infinity is a number that is so large that we will never fully understand the concept. Just as 2 is larger than one, infinity is larger than zero.
Yes, infinity+1 is more than the same infinity, but without the +1, but as it is still considered infinity, it will have no significant difference unless the two are subtracted.
In the same way, Infinity is not a number, but it is greater than 1.
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Overtime pay at McDonald's is the same as federal/state mandates. Federal law generally requires pay to be times 1.5 for any hours over 40 in a single work week, unless their position makes them exempt. For a place like McDonald's this would usually mean almost every worker would be entitled to overtime.