Prove or disprove. Infinity = 9 x 10^(n) + 1.

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Prove or disprove. Infinity = 9 x 10^(n) + 1.

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how can infinity be defined by an equation?
amazing isn't it? :) think about it ^_^
lol this makes no sense, n can be anything, it could never be infinity unless n approaches infinity itself

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Need to take the limit as n tends to infinity
LIMIT N->INFTY 9 x 10^(n) + 1 = infty
hmm, what if we can't take the limit in this case?
it was said that n belongs to Z, all integers.
then it makes no sense lol that's like say 2x=infinity where x is all integers
infinity = 1+1+1+...+1+1 :)

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