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I have the been researching the value of infinity, though i have did calculation on most of the series and binomial theorem i have got correct answer. Some member named MR Scientist had told joke ? That infinity can be squared and the value will be least the same! That doesn't make any sense. I am now researching on the value of infinity, In my first experiment i had got the value of infinity like 0.value, My friend asked to substitute in integration. But the results came worse and again i saw the problem i got the answer something......... that was correct. I am now trying to solve equation based on e=mc2. If i get success in the value then, i will say the value of infinity. I am still working on it.1)Any question can please send i will get u the answer using my infinity value. Once i proved the theorem then the bigger sum can be done in second !!!Any suggestion please send !!

I am now researching on the value of infinity,

Huh [] I don't get it, how can you be near to infinity? []

When you get infinity, tell me; I will add 1 and I'll have a greater value than your...Regards.

Quote from: lightarrow on 18/01/2009 11:17:35When you get infinity, tell me; I will add 1 and I'll have a greater value than your...Regards.I'll square that! (∞ + 1)^{2} = ∞My infinity is bigger than your infinity!

Quote from: MonikaS on 18/01/2009 18:23:53Quote from: lightarrow on 18/01/2009 11:17:35When you get infinity, tell me; I will add 1 and I'll have a greater value than your...Regards.I'll square that! (∞ + 1)^{2} = ∞My infinity is bigger than your infinity!So size does matter! []

Quote from: MonikaS on 18/01/2009 18:23:53Quote from: lightarrow on 18/01/2009 11:17:35When you get infinity, tell me; I will add 1 and I'll have a greater value than your...Regards.I'll square that! (∞ + 1)^{2} = ∞My infinity is bigger than your infinity!No because, by definition, my infinity is generated by adding one to every other infinity. I always beat your by 1... []

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Quote from: raghavendra on 19/01/2009 08:54:51 2 monthsAfter 20 yrs you might have some good ideas.