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What is ∞ x 0

 Dec 3, 2014

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                                                                           limits of  $$0\times\infty$$                 is 1 or 0 or $$\infty$$

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 Dec 3, 2014
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∞·0 is an "indeterminate" expression, meaning that it can have one of many values.

In calculus, you look at how this result was created; looking at how it was created can then lead to a value for that problem. The value might be 0, it might be ∞, or it might be 7 (or any other number).

 Dec 3, 2014
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could Geno or someone else talk me through this some more.  Why isn't it 0?

 Dec 3, 2014
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I watched the video Heureka but I don't get how it helps with 0 * infinty  ?

 Dec 3, 2014
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                                                                           limits of  $$0\times\infty$$                 is 1 or 0 or $$\infty$$

heureka Dec 3, 2014

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