Q: What is infinite x infinite?

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Infinity

A line with the equation:x = a constant valueis a vertical line. Examples of such a line are x = 3, x = 5, x = 10, x = -4.The slope of a vertical line is infinite.

[x + y = 6] has an infinite number of solutions.

A set of numbers is bounded if there exist two numbers x and y (with x â‰¤ y)such that for every member of the set, x â‰¤ a â‰¤ y. A set is unbounded if one or both of x and y is infinite. Similar definitions apply for sets in more than 1 dimension.

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They are used to approximate functions like sin(x) and cos(x), so a calculator, for example, can calculate sin (x) and cos(x), which are infinite series functions.

550 x (-1) and an infinite number of other possibilities

Assume y = 4.5. Then, the value of x is infinite! Why? We are given the expression y = 4.5. What if we take x = 1? Then, y = 4.5. What if x = 2? Then, we also have y = 4.5. Same pattern for other x values. Therefore, there are infinitely many solutions for x. * * * * * The value of x is not infinite, it is indeterminate. The number of possible values of x is infinite.

y = x2 is an (approximately) U shaped graph that is entirely above the x axis and is symmetric about the y axis. y = x3 is asymptotically negatively infinite when x is negatively infinite and positively infinite when x is positively infinite. It is symmetric about the line x+y=0.

Yes.

There are an infinite number of answers. Pick ANY number other than zero, and call it X. Calculate another number, Y, which is 12/X. Then X*Y = X*12/X = 12 There are an infinite number of possible choices for X and so an infinite number of solutions to the question.

It depends on the equation. Also, the domain must be such that is supports an infinite number of solutions. A quadratic equation, for example, has no real solution if its discriminant is negative. It cannot have an infinite number of solutions. Many trigonometric equations are periodic and consequently have an infinite number of solutions - provided the domain is also infinite. A function defined as follows: f(x) = 1 if x is real f(x) = 0 if x is not real has no real solutions but an infinite number of solutions in complex numbers.

531.666666666666666 to the infinite

It has infinite slope.

No. If x tends to infinite, 1/x tends to zero.