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Infinity squared is infinity. But there's more to it.

Mathematicians describe different kinds of infinities:

- The cardinality(number) of natural numbers is called Aleph0 () . This is infinite, and it has some peculiar properties:

- The cardinality of even numbers is also Aleph0.
- As is the cardinality of odd numbers.
- As is the cardinality of rational numbers (which you could view as infinity squared, but it still gives you infinity.

- The cardinality of countable ordinal numbers is called Aleph1 ().
- The cardinality of the real numbers is two to the exponent of Aleph0 ( ). The continuum hypothesis says this is equal to Aleph1.

Basically, if you square an infinite set from a given cardinality, the cardinality stays the same (meaning Aleph0 squared is still Aleph0, etc.)

If your mind just burst(cause mine did! 0_o), do not worry. This is a common reaction to set theory.

See the related link for more on Aleph numbers, which are how mathematicians view infinity.

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42,100,876,9765,098.6 xx :) All real numbers, except zero and one.

19.7392088 is also = to pi for instince infinaty=pi = never tnding so the formlea infinity=pi.

Anything to the power of 1 is that same something, so infinity to the power of 1 is infinity. Keep in mind that infinity is a conceptual thing, often expressed as a limit as something approaches a boundary condition of the domain of a function. Without thinking of limits, infinity squared is still infinity, so the normal rules of math would seem to not apply.

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Negative infinity plus negative infinity equals negative infinity.

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42,100,876,9765,098.6 xx :) All real numbers, except zero and one.

There are an infinity of numbers and each one has its square...

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honestly, a reaaallly happy smile :) y=x^2 -has a turning point at (0,0) -the range is R+ or [0, infinity) -the domain is R or (-infinity, infinity)

19.7392088 is also = to pi for instince infinaty=pi = never tnding so the formlea infinity=pi.

Anything to the power of 1 is that same something, so infinity to the power of 1 is infinity. Keep in mind that infinity is a conceptual thing, often expressed as a limit as something approaches a boundary condition of the domain of a function. Without thinking of limits, infinity squared is still infinity, so the normal rules of math would seem to not apply.

If t is real then [1 to infinity) ie all real numbers from 1 to infinity, including 1 but not infinity. If t is in the complex plane then the domain of t^2+1 is also the complex plane.

Since a squared plus b squared equals c squared, that is the same as c equals the square root of a squared plus b squared. This can be taken into squaring and square roots to infinity and still equal c, as long as there is the same number of squaring and square roots in the problem. Since this question asks for a and b squared three times, and also three square roots of a and b both, they equal c. Basically, they cancel each other out.