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# What is 6^233488888888888899999999909999999*6666?

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What is 6^233488888888888899999999909999999*6666?

Jun 6, 2014

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6^233488888888888899999999909999999*6666 =Infinity

It would be such a big number with so many place values, that it is just viewed as infinity.

Jun 6, 2014
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There is no number, real or non-real, which is EQUAL to positive infinity (or negative infinity). Instead, a number can only approach infinity (or negative infinity). If y = the simplified real number value of the expression above, then y = the limit as x approaches positive infinity.

I don't know how to use LATEX for mathematical symbols, but there is special notation for the limit y is equal to: But to write it on paper, We can say y is equal to the following (y =....First, write lim (for limit) and draw a small x followed by a small arrow, then a small + and the infinity symbol).

Similarly, for y = 1 / x, it may be written that y approaches zero as x approaches infinity. Also y approaches infinity as x approaches zero. If you study these cases and gain some understanding of them, it will help you later in higher math and possibly peak your interest in mathematics.

Jun 7, 2014