Q: How much numbers are in infinity?

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All real numbers are finite. Infinity is not a number.All real numbers are finite. Infinity is not a number.All real numbers are finite. Infinity is not a number.All real numbers are finite. Infinity is not a number.

An infinity. There is an infinity of numbers between any two numbers. I you want whole numbers, there are 31.

Whole numbers are numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, ..., up to infinity. And -1, -2, -3, ... down to "negative" infinity

fifteen sixteenths, and an infinity of other numbers less than one as well as the infinity of numbers greater than or equal to one.

Infinity.

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All real numbers are finite. Infinity is not a number.All real numbers are finite. Infinity is not a number.All real numbers are finite. Infinity is not a number.All real numbers are finite. Infinity is not a number.

An infinity. There is an infinity of numbers between any two numbers. I you want whole numbers, there are 31.

No there isn't. Some people say that infinity is the last number but what about infinity and one and infinity and two? So basically there is no end to numbers. To infinity and beyond!

whole numbers include numbers from 0 to infinity whereas natural numbers are the numbers from 1 to infinity

infinity/(infinity - .01)

half of infinity

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

Infinity is a term used to denote something with no end. Numbers are infinite as no matter what number you can think of you can always up that number by 1. Thus numbers span into infinity. Infinity itself is not a number.

Infinity.

There is no median. Infinity is named so because there is no final number; numbers keep going on and on and on, so there can be no median between 1 and infinity. Or alternatively, half infinity

infinity? Infinity over zero is undefined, or complex infinity depending on numbers you are including in your number system.

I don't understand what you mean by deeper, but the cardinality of irrational numbers, Aleph-One, is greater than the cardinality of rationals, Aleph-Null. That is to say, there are more irrational numbers than rationals. [If you treat infinity as a number, there are infinity to the power of infinity irrational numbers compared with "just infinity" for rationals.]