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>>9729171

Logic says that if you divide something by something smaller than one, it will increase.

The smaller the divident (or whatever it's called) is, the larger the quota will be in the end.

If you divide by 0, then you have infinity.

Dividing 0 by 0 would thus give us an infinite stretch of 0's.

Logic says that if you divide something by something smaller than one, it will increase.

The smaller the divident (or whatever it's called) is, the larger the quota will be in the end.

If you divide by 0, then you have infinity.

Dividing 0 by 0 would thus give us an infinite stretch of 0's.

Quoted By: >>9729419

>>9729254

Logic also says that if you divide a number by itself the result is one. Furthermore, logic also dictates that 10/0 represents a larger infinity than does 1/0. Following this course would suggest that 0/0 could be finite.

The only out is to go back to the classical "zero is not a number" argument, but that creates all kinds of other problems.

Didn't I say I wasn't gonna start this shit here, though?

Logic also says that if you divide a number by itself the result is one. Furthermore, logic also dictates that 10/0 represents a larger infinity than does 1/0. Following this course would suggest that 0/0 could be finite.

The only out is to go back to the classical "zero is not a number" argument, but that creates all kinds of other problems.

Didn't I say I wasn't gonna start this shit here, though?

>>9729451

To be able to be determined as larger in size than something else, it must be defined. Define infinity for me and I might consider going along.

Until then, infinity is INFINITE, a number that GOES ON FOREVER of which you CANNOT REACH AN END and thus NOT POSSIBLY DEFINE.

To be able to be determined as larger in size than something else, it must be defined. Define infinity for me and I might consider going along.

Until then, infinity is INFINITE, a number that GOES ON FOREVER of which you CANNOT REACH AN END and thus NOT POSSIBLY DEFINE.

>>9729506

The concept comes from set theory. Add one member to a set with an infinite number of members and you get a superset of the previous, infinite group. Hence, you can have larger and smaller infinities. Aleph null is the smallest possible infinite set.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleph_null

Anyway, back to Fuuko.

The concept comes from set theory. Add one member to a set with an infinite number of members and you get a superset of the previous, infinite group. Hence, you can have larger and smaller infinities. Aleph null is the smallest possible infinite set.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleph_null

Anyway, back to Fuuko.

Quoted By: >>9729814

>>9729635

I've read that stuff, yes, but an infinity that can be made larger isn't infinity. It's just a very high value of X. Infinity on the other hand, you can't do ZIP with.

At least, that's what I can get out of it. Not very interested in maths though, since beyond a certain level it's just UNUSABLE FUCKING THEORY.

Anyways. Back to Fuuko.

I've read that stuff, yes, but an infinity that can be made larger isn't infinity. It's just a very high value of X. Infinity on the other hand, you can't do ZIP with.

At least, that's what I can get out of it. Not very interested in maths though, since beyond a certain level it's just UNUSABLE FUCKING THEORY.

Anyways. Back to Fuuko.

So /a/,

There are infinite natural numbers(1, 2, 3...), however the integer numbers contain the infinite natural numbers and their infinite negatives(-1, -2...), how tempting it is to say that the "natural infinity" corresponds to half of the "integer infinity"?

You own a hotel with infinite rooms, each room can only be occupied by one person and you have infinite guests that are now occupying every room. A new guest arrives, can you find a place for him in your hotel?

You have a table with infinite dots. Someone opens a hole in that table, how many dots remain?

There are infinite natural numbers(1, 2, 3...), however the integer numbers contain the infinite natural numbers and their infinite negatives(-1, -2...), how tempting it is to say that the "natural infinity" corresponds to half of the "integer infinity"?

You own a hotel with infinite rooms, each room can only be occupied by one person and you have infinite guests that are now occupying every room. A new guest arrives, can you find a place for him in your hotel?

You have a table with infinite dots. Someone opens a hole in that table, how many dots remain?

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>>9729827

I saw some of this shit last semester, so lets see:

>"natural infinity" corresponds to half of the "integer infinity"?

I learn in calculus that infinite plus/minus/divided/any other operation you can think of will always give infinite, so "natural infinity" = "integer infinity"

>A new guest arrives, can you find a place for him in your hotel?

The same applies here

a^infinite = b^infinite

a^infinite = (b^infinite)+1

>Someone opens a hole in that table, how many dots remain?

same as above, infinite - any number = infinite

I saw some of this shit last semester, so lets see:

>"natural infinity" corresponds to half of the "integer infinity"?

I learn in calculus that infinite plus/minus/divided/any other operation you can think of will always give infinite, so "natural infinity" = "integer infinity"

>A new guest arrives, can you find a place for him in your hotel?

The same applies here

a^infinite = b^infinite

a^infinite = (b^infinite)+1

>Someone opens a hole in that table, how many dots remain?

same as above, infinite - any number = infinite

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Stop with this math shit, it's embarrising because it's so obvious none of you have the brain to understand the more complicated concepts in math than 1+1=2

Just shut the fuck up please or I'll have to go to sleep because watching this is annoying and embarrising

Just shut the fuck up please or I'll have to go to sleep because watching this is annoying and embarrising

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>>9730005

I got them off of Konachan, myself.

http://konachan.com/post/index?tags=ibuki_fuuko

There's also one or two from there that are too big for /a/, including a bath pic with Nagisa.

I got them off of Konachan, myself.

http://konachan.com/post/index?tags=ibuki_fuuko

There's also one or two from there that are too big for /a/, including a bath pic with Nagisa.