Rich Theory




Infinity is one of the many words in our lexicon that is defined in the negative. The term "infinite" refers to something that does not have a finite representation.

Most people associate infinity with something that is either really large or really small. However, we find that there are many things that cannot be expressed in finite terms. For example, the square root of two cannot be expressed with a finite integer. √2 is neither infinitely large, nor is it infinitely small. We know that it is somewhere between 1.414 and 1.415; we just can't nail it down with an integer.

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