>> >> >Have you meanwhile convinced yourself that analysis is capable >> >> >expanding infinity >> >> >> "Expanding infinity"? What on Earth is that supposed to mean? In math, >> >> one is supposed to define their terms. >> >> >An expansion of a number is a power series giving its value. >> >> But, there is no such number as "infinity", so your words are still >> gibberish. > >In set theory, there is such a number.
Repeating a lie does not make it true. Set theory (at least ZF) does not have a number called "infinity".
> In analysis there is such an >improper limit,
And the reason that it's called an "improper limit" is because limits are properly numbers, and it's not a number.
> an element of the extended reals.
I've not studied the extended reals. I am aware that oo is an element of them. But, is it called a "number" in that case?
-- Michael F. Stemper #include <Standard_Disclaimer> Twenty-four hours in a day; twenty-four beers in a case. Coincidence?