This is interesting to think about...

Updated: Apr 28

Is infinity all 9’s? When you divide you can only use one decimal place at a time. The highest number that you can put into one decimal space is the number 9. Maybe you already knew this but I have never thought about it like this until I created the above image a few days ago. If this were the case, there would be an infinite number of 9's again if you were to multiply infinity by zero to get or approach 1:

(99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999(keep going) x 0 = 1.

Either way I thought I'd share my random thoughts.

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