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Technically speaking, infinity is not a definable number, and therefore, it cannot be altered by multiplication.

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infinity x infinity will equal infinity because there are no other numbers above infinity but omega but im pretty sure it would be like 1x1=1

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so probably a black hole and stuff to explain why let's make it in shapes.

every shape has sides so instead of saying a circle has no sides it has infinity sides. so, a circle is an infinity shape.

if we were going to do something let's make the circle and sphere which is a 3d circle so to make that it would be circle x infinity but the same as infinity x infinity so it would be a sphere but what if a black hole = a sphere? a black hole is in a shape of a sphere so if we make a sphere black, we just made a black hole, but it will be flat when I mean by flat it's just a black cylinder so it's just flat so us humans can't make a black hole just not yet. if us humans learn a bit more about stars, I oppose we can alter them and be able to make a black hole to happen but not right now because we might make the whole world come to an end. anyways to answer the question infinity x infinity = black hole/sphere because a hole and just eats stuff in forever prob bigger than u imagine for infinity

anyways thank you for reading this

(made from a Elko 6thgrader)

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it would be infinity because there is no other numbers above Infinity

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(I'm using "oo" for infinity) the factors of infinity would be 1oo x 2oo x 3oo x 5oo x 7oo . . . "4" and "6" are skipped because 4 is just 2 x 2 and 6 is just 2 x 3 thus fitting into 2oo and 3oo. the pattern would be every positive prime number to the power of infinity. this is because infinity x any positive number is still infinity which means you can factor out any positive number from infinity and still have infinity left.

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