Q: What is the difference between 0 and infinity?

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0/0=1 or 1.111... (any other whole number)/0=infinity.999... (any decimal number between 0.1 and 1)/0=1.999... (any decimal number between 0 and 0.1)/0=1.1...999... (any decimal number above a.1)/0=infinity.999... (any number between a and a.1)/0=infinity.1...999...

There is an infinity of numbers between 0 and 1. In decimal form, all of then would have the representation 0.abcd...

There are an infinite amount of rational numbers between 0 and 1.

If you mean 1 x 0, that's 0, not infinity.

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The difference is 0. 0 cannot be represented by a normal power of 10, only as 10 to the power of minus infinity!

The difference is infinity. Infinity is the concept of the largest possible number. Even if you take 20 away the number will still be infinity.

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0/0=1 or 1.111... (any other whole number)/0=infinity.999... (any decimal number between 0.1 and 1)/0=1.999... (any decimal number between 0 and 0.1)/0=1.1...999... (any decimal number above a.1)/0=infinity.999... (any number between a and a.1)/0=infinity.1...999...

Positive: (0, infinity)Nonnegative: [0, infinity)Negative: (-infinity, 0)Nonpositive (-infinity, 0]

There is an infinity of numbers between 0 and 1. In decimal form, all of then would have the representation 0.abcd...

A positive integer between 0 and infinity

Infinity.

There are an infinite amount of rational numbers between 0 and 1.

The Webster's definition of infinity is an endless amount. The Webster's definition of uncountable is inconceivably numerous. However, infinity is the proper term to be used in mathematics.

If you mean 1 x 0, that's 0, not infinity.