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Q: Why might blue represent infinity?

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infinity...but y

no the color blue reprensents infinity but i dont know why

it's the symbol for infinity

To express the idea of infinity.

The blue color symbolizes infinity.

usually infinity is undefined quantity but in some cases like number line we represent positive infinity and negative infinity

ein'sof and so in certain fields of mathematics the Hebrew letter "alef" - can represent infinity

It has been awhile, but if I recall, I think it has a way to represent infinity. But infinity is a concept, not an actual number. I am sure that their website would list the specs, though.

infinity...but y

By definition, infinity is not and does not have a limit. It is value which mathematicians have created to represent something too extensively large for the human mind to comprehend.

Firstly, infinity is not a number (at least in lower level mathematics). You must instead use the language of limits to describe infinity. Using limits, a function which diverges to infinity multiplied by a function which diverges to infinity has a product which also diverges to infinity. However, taking this product, and subtracting away a function which diverges to infinity is "of indeterminate form". It might converge to zero, it might be diverge to positive infinity, it might diverge to negative infinity, or it might converge to a constant. In order to figure out which one of these possibilities applies, you must get the indeterminate form into the form infinity divided by infinity or 0/0 and then apply L'Hospital's rule. Edit: Just a pet peeve of mine. It's L'Hôpital, not L'Hospital. Even textbooks don't spell it right.

infinity. anything times infinity is infinity (with the exception of indeterminant forms like infinity/infinity)

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