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# what is n to raise power infinity

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what is n to raise power infinity

Guest Aug 6, 2014

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I think that a minus number raised to infinity would be undefined.

A positive number between 0 and 1 raised to infinity would be 0

A positive number greater than 1 raised to infinity would be infinity

Here is a graph.

https://www.desmos.com/calculator/rpzyrtamcw

Melody  Aug 7, 2014
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$$\begin{array}{l} \mbox{Depends on what n is.}\\ \mbox{If n = 0, then n^\infty = 0}\\ \mbox{If n = 1, then n^\infty = 1}\\ \mbox{If n equals anything else though, I believe the answer would be infinity.} \end{array}$$

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I think that a minus number raised to infinity would be undefined.

A positive number between 0 and 1 raised to infinity would be 0

A positive number greater than 1 raised to infinity would be infinity

Here is a graph.

https://www.desmos.com/calculator/rpzyrtamcw

Melody  Aug 7, 2014
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$$\mbox{This\;is\;just\;an\;example.}\\\\n^\infty\\\\=2^\infty\\\\=\infty$$

Great answer, Melody. I didn't know that. This is my basic knowledge.

But, thanks, Melody!

(Learned something new!)

DragonSlayer554  Aug 7, 2014
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That is excellent Dragon.

Melody  Aug 7, 2014
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Thanks, Melody!

DragonSlayer554  Aug 9, 2014