- What is 1 to the infinite power?
- Is 1 to the infinity indeterminate?
- What form is 1 infinity?
- What is the value of infinity 1?
- Why is 0 infinity not indeterminate?
- What is the infinite root of infinity?
- What is the answer of 1 divided by infinity?
Originally Answered: What is one power infinity? ONE to the power Infinity is undeterminate form whose value can’t be determined for determining this value we use limits. if there is absolute one to the power infinity that means if 1 is integer then in that case only 1 to the power infinity will be equal to 1.
We first learned that 1^infinity is an indeterminate form, meaning that a limit can’t be figured out only by looking at the limits of functions on their own.
indeterminate formsOne to the power infinity is unknown because infinity itself is endless. Take a look at some examples of indeterminate forms. When we plug infinity into this function, we see that it takes on the indeterminate form of one to the power infinity….Example.A+infinityB-infinity
Infinity+1 equals infinity. Infinity is an abstract concept describing something that has no limit. Georg Cantor in Set Theory listed two “kinds” of infinities: Ordinal and Cardinal. Cardinal sets are the infinite sets that can be mapped with a correspondence to natural numbers.
When this n is a very large number, then the output number is always almost equal to zero. So, 0^∞ is not an indeterminate form. The equal sign is no good because infinity isn’t a number, but it is true that , i.e. zero exactly “on the dot” with no need to talk about limits at all.
Originally Answered: What’s the infiniteth root of infinity? is undefined. Which again is undefined. In fact, any mathematical operation on is not defined.
Infinity is a concept, not a number, therefore, the expression 1/infinity is actually undefined.