infinity is like

a: infinity ~

b: trying to hold the end of a circle

What: " Using it in an equation is uneventfully common and well accepted in the mathematical community. Mismatching 9.9999......90 with .9999......99 is not. Putting digits on the end of infinity is like trying to hold the end of a circle. There is no end, hence the definition 'increasing without bound'. A bound would be the end; no bound means no end; no end means no last number."

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Date: Aug 21 2011 11:20 PM

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