• Kid: what's 4 x 5 x infinity x a million x a
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    • I love it when little kids give you big numbers and assume they’ve stumped you. Like, “What’s a billion plus a billion? 😏” Me: “two billion” the kid:
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    • Infinity x 0 is actually mathematically indeterminate. Aka, we don't fucking know
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    • It's an indeterminate since infinity multipled by zero depends on the infinity
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    • 100 likes and I'll ask out my crush.
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    • Its undefined. 0 times infinity is undefined. You learn this in Calc
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    • What happens if you divide a number by infinite? Just say fuck it and get 0?
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    • 100 likes and I’ll ask out your crush
      ODogX 26 jul
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    • Actual mathematician here. Infinity times zero is indeterminate, not zero. Literally no questions about it
      Howdhowdy 26 jul
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    • Wait how is it undefined? Anything times 0 is 0...
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    • 100 likes and I'll post a video of my "robot" prosthetic fingers. If that goes viral I'll post my prosthetic eye.
      coddogs 27 jul
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    • So you’re both wrong since the answer is undefined
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    • 100 likes and ill ask both those dudes out
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    • hey guys, my ex and i broke up about a month ago, and we dated for about a year and a half. i was super happy with him. we stopped talking a bit, and he broke up with me. we stopped talking all together and we recently started talking again... (1/2)
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    • Undetermined you nimrods
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    • They always think they’re so smart with that like fam I passed the first grade too
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    • Infinity times zero is undefined
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    • Gray_Face 27 jul
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      Fred1337 26 jul
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    • If 4 x 0 = 0, then 0/0 = 4
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    • X is the answer
      bestflex 26 jul
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    • Wrong infinity times 0 is still infinity that's just how infinity works it breaks most if not all rules we know
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    • Bright 26 jul
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    • Guys we need to ban KenzieLmao
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    • Shut the fuck up kenzie >:c
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      croppyboi 26 jul
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    • Stop with the pseudo-intellectual bullshit y’all. The type of infinity is never defined. If it’s the set of integers, it’s 0. If it’s the set of real numbers, it’s undefined. It’s a debate nobody needs to have over a meme. Source: High School Math Teacher.
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    • Stop giving the fake “like for lewd” comments tc
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    • Its 1. Since 0/1 is 0 and 1/0 is infinity and recipicals multiplied equal 1, you get 1.
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    • How?
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    • The kid actually asked an impossible question so he's right.
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    • infinity isnt a number
      owocean 26 jul
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    • It’s infinity not zero I am a engineer and I have learned my math very well and it will come only to infinity
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    • “InFiNiTy TiMeS zErO iS iNdEtErMiNaTe” yeah okay D- in calc 1 look at you go.
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    • You mean undefined
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    • No. 0 * inf is indeterminate.
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    • Infinity*0 is indeterminate
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    • You can’t multiply by infinity, it’s not a number just a concept
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    • Kid: what's 6 x 11. me:fuck off idk
      cantalop 29 jul
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    • Lol suddenly everyone is a mathematician because they know that any number times 0 is 0. The reason infinity times zero is indeterminate is because infinity is not a real number. The context behind these problems usually involve limits, in which case infinity times zero is indeterminate
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    • Infinity times 0 is in indeterminate form tho
      Mention 28 jul
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    • Infinity isn't a number. It's a concept
      Plusle 28 jul
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    • Ya also infinity is a concept not an actual numerical value. Correct me if I'm wrong.
      g0ttranc3 28 jul
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    • Glad people here know the basics of calc. I've had too many people try to argue the logic of infinity here without even understanding the concept in the slightest
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    • Take infinity and count it 0 times. How many times did we count infinity?
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    • Infinity isn't a number. That kid must be fuckin retarded as hell
      JoMan 28 jul
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    • 100 likes and I’ll shit my pants
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    • Pineapple.
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    • Well since multiplying a number zero times results in no change to the number, the answer would not be zero. And because infinity is everlasting, it can’t be multiplied. So there is no answer.
      420Hon3y 28 jul
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    • Undefined. Anything times infinity is infinity just like anything times zero is zero. You need more info about the infinity and zero. EX: 2x times 1/x as x approaches infinity. Simplifies to infinity times zero, but the 2x means infinity is twice as strong and therefore the answer is infinity.
      stevown 28 jul
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    • Infinity is not a number bro...
      magill72 28 jul
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    • 0 and infinity wait a minute the 2 definites
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    • Everyone on here that thinks they are a genius for saying it’s undefined your mother doesn’t love you...
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    • Another counterintuitive math thing is that 9.999999 repeating forever =10. Not close to 10 but 10 exactly. This can be proven algebraically and with calculus
      maxkberg 28 jul
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    • It’s 0, and anyone that says it’s not is too far gone to be saved
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    • 100 likes and ill say yes
      Sterbenn 28 jul
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    • You don’t even need the zero, it would just be infinity
      oliver11 28 jul
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    • I
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    • Are memes looping for anyone else
      IceByte 28 jul
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    • In actuality, when any number (including zero) is multiplied with infinity, then the results are always undefined. Therefore, zero times infinity is undefined.
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    • It’s actually “undefined.” For the retards that dropped out of college it may be “1.”
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    • The 0: I’m about to end this equations whole career
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    • Made with mematic
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      Spxctive 27 jul
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    • But is it negative 0 or positive 0?
      Oestie9 27 jul
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    • Made with memeatic
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    • It’s undefined
      DylanYuhi 27 jul
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    • Could you not substitute infinity with pi?
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    • The answer is i, the number is imaginary.
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    • Technically infinity isn't a number it's just the amount of numbers so it's kinda like a size
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    • Fast math
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    • I remember the day as a kid I learn the concept of anything x 0 = 0 and I was walking back to the car from school while explaining how it worked to my dad
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    • 100 likes and I will literally do nothing
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    • Infinity times zero is an indeterminate form
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    • I literally dont care what mathematicians say. 0 times any number is always 0, if infinity "isn't technically a real number" then why try and use it as a number, it's no different than saying "We dont know the answer of 0 times dark matter, thats so crazy woah!!"
      Szyslak 27 jul
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    • Infinity x 0 is indeterminate, but since 0 can be written as 1/infinity you get infinity/ infinity which is still indeterminate but closest to 1
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    • Funny y’all give the right answer. I remember getting one like 71738 x 183727 or something random. I said “24” and he was shocked
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    • Zero fucks with numbers in math too much. It breaks equations and logic when divided out. Ik this is a meme but u can do weird shit with it just go look it up if u care.
      axmv1675 27 jul
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    • The threads here are really crazy
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    • Infinity is a concept, not a number. Also, infinity contains 0 in it anyways
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    • The kids right, it is impossible
      jomboni 27 jul
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    • Infinity times 0 is undefined
      jomboni 27 jul
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    • approaches 0 since Infinity is not real
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    • Once you multiply by infinity it’s kind of pointless, since it’s not a real number, but multiplying by zero means that no infinities exist, soooo, the answer is undeniably zero.
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    • Infinity isn't a number. There are multiple infinities
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    • I love how kids think the bigger the number, the harder it is, but they dont understand that the more random the number (a number with as little zeros as possible) is the harder choice
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    • Plot twist: he's a calculator
      FoxLover1 27 jul
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    • 0x infinity is undefined
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    • Would infinity x 0 REALLY be 0 tho?
      Ned_ 27 jul
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    • Undefined but go off
      PCgee24 27 jul
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    • Its cake
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    • Me telling any kid I’m in an older grade and him asking me some impossible math problem that dosent even make sense
      cash6922 27 jul
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    • You can't multiply infinity by zero. It's indeterminate.
      xEclipse 27 jul
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