Den lördagen den 21:e december 2013 kl. 21:15:47 UTC+1 skrev Virgil: > In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, > > email@example.com wrote: > > > > > My very lose understanding of infinity, we can construct an algorithm that > > > create an unfinite number terms in a list the simplest would be 1+1+1..., but > > > we can not ever complete the list and never find the last member. > > > > Since infinite lists by definition do not have last members, not being > > able to find one is a GOOD thing. > > --
Well a list without magnitude of its members adding upto a specific number seems unlikely.
For example does a list of infinitly many 5's in a list add up to the same number as a list of infinitly many 1's?
Are you saying they represent the same number or not?