# Difference between revisions of "Infinity"

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− | Infinity or <math>\infty</math> is a [[mathematical | + | Infinity or <math>\infty</math> is a [[math|mathematical]] concept that describes something that has no bounds. For example, <math>\pi</math> and <math>\tau</math> have a [[infinite]] number of digits because they never end. The first use of infinity was during Ancient Greek by Anaximander who referred to it as "apeiron". The symbol, <math>\infty</math> was used by John Wallis in 1655. |

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## Revision as of 01:37, 6 July 2018

Infinity or is a mathematical concept that describes something that has no bounds. For example, and have a infinite number of digits because they never end. The first use of infinity was during Ancient Greek by Anaximander who referred to it as "apeiron". The symbol, was used by John Wallis in 1655.

Also see: Infinite

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