0 * infinity

1^ infinity

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- Jul 18th 2012, 12:03 PMpratique21How are these indeterminate ?
0 * infinity

1^ infinity - Jul 18th 2012, 12:27 PMemakarovRe: How are these indeterminate ?
- Jul 18th 2012, 12:51 PMSorobanRe: How are these indeterminate ?
Hello, pratique21!

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How are these indeterminate? .

I'll explain the first one . . .

Consider the function: .

We see that: .

But we have a theorem that states: .

. . Hence, we could say: .

Now consider the function: .

We see that: .

But: .

. . Hence, we could say: .

In general, we can show that can equal**any**number.

Therefore, is indeterminate.

- Jul 18th 2012, 10:02 PMpratique21Re: How are these indeterminate ?
Thank you Emakarov and soroban. I can understand it now. So that is the also why Infinity - infinity is indeterminate as well- It can take any value.

- Jul 18th 2012, 10:34 PMrichard1234Re: How are these indeterminate ?
@pratique, is also indeterminate.