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Q: What does the math term infinity means?

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Infinity.

N terms means any number on to infinity.

There is no such math term. There is, on the other hand, an astronomical term "equinox".

Yes, it looks like a sideways eight, ∞, and is used in many things.

negative infinity to infinity

The Value of a term

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The math term greater means bigger in numerical size or larger in order of the numbers.

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it is a math term that means mutypily

1000 meters

Equivalent or Congruent

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it's the symbol for infinity

Infinity is not a defined number. It describes, in math, the endlessness of numbers.

It means kilo meter is a math term for meters

Eternity means "lasts forever" while infinity means "without end". Neither one exists (the current age of `everything' is a mere 13.7 billion years); but in pure math terms, infinity trumps eternity.

The same as it does in other contexts. It means change.

Nothing. It is not a mathematical term.

compute means calulate

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it means to break it down

No, it means average.

A keystroke means that you press a key on a keyboard. It isn't specifically a math term.

In-finity or in-finite means not finite, not ending. It can certain be defined; there are different definitions for infinity. Better look up "infinity" in Wikipedia; because actually, infinity has different meanings in different contexts; even in math there are different meanings, depending on the context.