Q: What number when put on its side represents infinity?

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Yes, they can be put into a one-to-one correspondence. The size of both sets is what's called a "countable infinity".

The mode, I think is not always a number in the data set it represents, for example I have a set of numbers, 1,7,2,4,6. You'll put them in order; 1,2,4,6,7. And there is no number that is the mode. So, I believe that is correct.

anything can be put into it so... (-infinity,infinity)

Put it off to the right side of the number as R(x)

Put the number down, and after that count up how many others of that # there are, including the one you put down, and then put the number of how many others there are and put it in smaller print on the upper right side of the number. EX: 33+42= 43

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To infinity and beyond.

The arrows at the ends of a number line indicate that the line extends forever in both directions (i.e. towards positive infinity and negative infinity)...since there is no largest or smallest real number.

When you look underneath the vehicle, near the side steps and tire is a oval shaped groove. this is where you put the jack.

One can only look at this question in the sense of a limit, as infinity is not really a number and cannot be added upon or subtracted. However, if this is in terms of the latter stages of a limit, then 1 - infinity = - infinity.

Yes, they can be put into a one-to-one correspondence. The size of both sets is what's called a "countable infinity".

anything can be put into it so... (-infinity,infinity)

The mode, I think is not always a number in the data set it represents, for example I have a set of numbers, 1,7,2,4,6. You'll put them in order; 1,2,4,6,7. And there is no number that is the mode. So, I believe that is correct.

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It is but a convention. In theory, you can put the number scale in any orientation.

(Previous answers removed for being incorrect and not having a professional tone) A line segment has a set length while both the line and ray go on indefinitely. The difference is that a ray only goes on forever in one direction (a length of infinity), while a line goes on for infinity in both directions (infinity * 2) However, since infinity is only a theoretical number, which means it can only be used practically to define ideal values and impossible circumstances. Since infinity, as a number, can only be truly changed through being multiplied zero, which gives zero; or though multiplication or division by a negative number, which gives negative infinity; infinity * 2 is still infinity. To put it simply provided x > 0 infinity * x = infinity Therefore, your answer would be a tie between line and ray, but if you're answering this question for a teacher, be sure to include the entire paragraph above. If you had to choose, line would be the most correct answer.

Put it off to the right side of the number as R(x)

with set of small number rods one on either side lets add 4+3 take the 4 number rod from the left side number rod and put it under the set of rods then takes the 3 number rod from the right side number rod and put it beside the 4 number rod when 4 number rod and 3 number rod is put together then add the two rods to give you 7.