- Can infinity be divided by infinity?
- What is infinity divided by negative one?
- What happens if I divided by infinity?
- Is negative infinity just infinity?
- Is anything divided by zero infinity?
- What's 3 divided by infinity?
- Is infinity divided by infinity 0?
- Is 8 an infinite number?
- What is 12 divided infinity?
- Why is divided by zero not infinity?
- Why is infinity not 1 infinity?
- What is E to infinity?
- Does L Hopital's rule apply to infinity over infinity?

Now, it is easy to think that any number divided by itself equals one, which is true. BUT in Mathematics infinity divided by infinity is actually undefined.

It is not defined. so Any Number / 0 = undefined. Infinity minus infinity is undefined.

Any number divided by infinity is equal to 0.

No. In number sets in which positive and negative infinity are both defined, they are not equal. There are sets, such as the extended complex numbers, in which there is only one kind of infinity, but they attach no meaning to infinity being positive or negative.

In mathematics, anything divided by zero is not defined (and not infinity). But 'limit' (1/x), x->0 is well defined and is equal to infinity (it is the basic concept of limits).

Generally infinity is considered as 0 when divided. So, basically when you divide 3 by infinity i.e. Zero, the answer is undefined. 3 / Infinity is Zero, assuming that you treat Infinity as a Number. 3 / Infinity also could be an extremely small Infinitesimal, close to Zero.

Infinity divided by infinity is not defined. None of the usual arithmetic operations are defined for infinity. This is because comparing the sizes of infinite sets is ambiguous and leads to strange, but true, conclusions.

Infinity in mathematics is considered as a number and represented as ∞. Sometimes it is also known as lemniscate, has a shape of number 8 on its side. Various theories are propounded for infinity like Ancient cultures had various ideas about the nature of infinity.

Infinity is undefined. If you divide a number by an undefined value, there is no way to find the result since you divide by an undefined value. As a consequence, the result is undefined. It's as if you had 12/x = y , x could be any number, and so could be y.

A number divided by zero is infinity because division by zero is undefined, and infinity does not really exist. And in terms of multiplication, since anything times 0 equals 0, you are really stuck because no matter what real amount you use the only product you will ever get is 0.

The reason you cannot say that infinity divided by infinity is 1 is because infinities can be seen as having (potentially) different values (although I say that lightly) so we don't know the 'value' of one infinity with respect to the other.

Answer: Zero As we know a constant number is multiplied by infinity time is infinity. It implies that e increases at a very high rate when e is raised to the infinity of power and thus leads towards a very large number, so we conclude that e raised to the infinity of power is infinity.

Note that both x and e^x approach infinity as x approaches infinity, so we can use l'Hôpital's Rule. Note that for the last fraction, the limit of the numerator and denominator are both zero, which is another case where we can apply l'Hôpital's Rule.

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