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# wait what?

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1e1000=1*10^1000

1e1001=infinity

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Apr 22, 2020

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Every calculator has a "ceiling" or a "limit" as to how big a number it can handle. Anything above that limit, it should say "Overflow". On this calculator the owner has programmed  it to say "infinity", which means it overflows.

Apr 22, 2020

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Infinity is not a number so I'm not sure where you're going with this.

Apr 22, 2020
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no... what im trying to prove is that

1e1000 is not infinity

but...

1e1001 is infinity!

TacoBell  Apr 22, 2020
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I still don't follow.

HELPMEEEEEEEEEEEEE  Apr 22, 2020
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really?

so 1e1000 is NOT infinity but put an extra one:

1e1001 IS infinity

TacoBell  Apr 22, 2020
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1e1001 is just 1 with 1001 zeros after it...indeed very large but not infinity.

HELPMEEEEEEEEEEEEE  Apr 22, 2020
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If 1e1001 is infinity then what is 1e1002, 1e1003...etc.?

HELPMEEEEEEEEEEEEE  Apr 22, 2020
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What calculator are you using??

Guest Apr 22, 2020
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Ta da!!!

Apr 22, 2020
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I have to wait for moderation so I can't see the image just yet.

Edit: I see the image now but its just 1e1001 in the calc. The infinity sign is there as placement because the number is too large for the calculator. 1e1001 is not infinity.

HELPMEEEEEEEEEEEEE  Apr 22, 2020
edited by HELPMEEEEEEEEEEEEE  Apr 22, 2020
edited by HELPMEEEEEEEEEEEEE  Apr 22, 2020
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look on top of the 1e1001 its infinity

TacoBell  Apr 22, 2020
edited by TacoBell  Apr 22, 2020
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oh hmmm

TacoBell  Apr 22, 2020
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Every calculator has a "ceiling" or a "limit" as to how big a number it can handle. Anything above that limit, it should say "Overflow". On this calculator the owner has programmed  it to say "infinity", which means it overflows.

Guest Apr 22, 2020
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Look up numbers like Googleplex, Graham's number, or TREE(3).

These are massive numbers we can't even comrehend them.

Apr 22, 2020