Q: What is e to the power imaginary infinity?

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E to the power infinity, or lim en as n approaches infinity is infinity.

that would be the inverse of e to the plus infinity Answer is thus zero

I can see two different ways to place the parentheses in that question. Here are both answers: ( e-2 ) x infinity = infinity ( e-2 x infinity ) = zero

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Also infinity. If you are concerned about the size of sets, it is a higher-level (larger) infinity. For example, 2 to the power aleph-zero, or aleph-zero to the power aleph-zero, is equal to aleph-one.

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E to the power infinity, or lim en as n approaches infinity is infinity.

infinity

Infinity

that would be the inverse of e to the plus infinity Answer is thus zero

'e' is an imaginary number, multiplied by anything gives an imaginary result

Infinity

Because infinity is unreachable. It is imaginary. No one get ever get to infinity in any real ideal aspect. There are operations in calculus that you have to find the limit. This is imaginary and goes to infinity when in actuallity you only need to go to the 109 or 1010 to find you answer.

10 (or e) to the power of x range from zero to infinity. Lets try the extreme cases: 10^infinity = infinity 10^0 = 1 10^-infinity = 1/infinity = 0

Infinity.

the answer is e raise to power minus pi/2

Infinity is an imaginary number so if you meant the previous whole number to infinity it would be expressed as infinity minus one. If you meant the highest number possible before reaching infinity is would be: infinity - 1/infinity

Infinity.