## Infinity |

**Infinity** (symbol: ∞) is a concept describing something without any bound or larger than any

In mathematics, "infinity" is often treated as a

^{[1]} For example, the set of ^{[2]}

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Ancient cultures had various ideas about the nature of infinity. The

The earliest recorded idea of infinity comes from ^{[3]} However, the earliest attestable accounts of mathematical infinity come from ^{[4]}^{[5]} He is best known for ^{[4]} described by ^{[6]}

In accordance with the traditional view of Aristotle, the ^{[7]}

However, recent readings of the *Nonlinear Dynamic Systems and Controls*, Archimedes has been found to be "the first to rigorously address the science of infinity with infinitely large sets using precise mathematical proofs."^{[8]}

The ^{[9]}

- Enumerable: lowest, intermediate, and highest
- Innumerable: nearly innumerable, truly innumerable, and innumerably innumerable
- Infinite: nearly infinite, truly infinite, infinitely infinite

In this work, two basic types of infinite numbers are distinguished. On both physical and *asaṃkhyāta** ("countless, innumerable") and *

European mathematicians started using infinite numbers and expressions in a systematic fashion in the 17th century. In 1655 *De sectionibus conicis* and exploited it in area calculations by dividing the region into ^{[11]} But in *Arithmetica infinitorum* (1655 also) he indicates infinite series, infinite products and infinite continued fractions by writing down a few terms or factors and then appending "&c." For example, "1, 6, 12, 18, 24, &c."^{[12]}

In 1699 ^{[13]}

Other Languages

Alemannisch: Unendlichkeit

አማርኛ: አዕላፍ

العربية: لانهاية

aragonés: Infinito

অসমীয়া: অসীম

asturianu: Infinitu

azərbaycanca: Sonsuzluq

বাংলা: অসীম

Bân-lâm-gú: Bû-hān

башҡортса: Сикһеҙлек

беларуская: Бесканечнасць

беларуская (тарашкевіца): Бясконцасьць

български: Безкрайност

bosanski: Beskonačnost

català: Infinit

Чӑвашла: Вĕçсĕрлĕх

čeština: Nekonečno

corsu: Infinitu

Cymraeg: Anfeidredd

dansk: Uendelighed

Deutsch: Unendlichkeit

eesti: Lõpmatus

Ελληνικά: Άπειρο

español: Infinito

Esperanto: Senfineco

euskara: Infinitu

فارسی: بینهایت

français: Infini

Gaeilge: Éigríoch

galego: Infinito

贛語: 無限

ગુજરાતી: અનંત

한국어: 무한

Հայերեն: Անվերջություն (մաթեմատիկա)

हिन्दी: अनंत

hrvatski: Beskonačnost

Ilokano: Awan inggana

Bahasa Indonesia: Tak hingga

íslenska: Óendanleiki

italiano: Infinito (matematica)

עברית: אינסוף

ಕನ್ನಡ: ಅನಂತ

ქართული: უსასრულობა

қазақша: Шексіздік

kurdî: Bêdawî

Latina: Infinitas

latviešu: Bezgalība

lietuvių: Begalybė

la .lojban.: li ci'i

magyar: Végtelen

македонски: Бесконечност

Malagasy: Tsiefa

മലയാളം: അനന്തത

मराठी: अनंत

Bahasa Melayu: Ketakterhinggaan

монгол: Хязгааргүй

မြန်မာဘာသာ: အနန္တ

Nederlands: Oneindigheid

日本語: 無限

norsk: Uendelig

norsk nynorsk: Uendeleg

occitan: Infinit

oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Cheksizlik

ਪੰਜਾਬੀ: ਅਨੰਤ

پنجابی: انانتی

Patois: Infiniti

polski: Nieskończoność

português: Infinito

română: Infinit

русиньскый: Бесконечность

русский: Бесконечность

Scots: Infinity

shqip: Pafundësia

සිංහල: අනන්තය

Simple English: Infinity

slovenčina: Nekonečno

slovenščina: Neskončnost

کوردی: بێکۆتایی

српски / srpski: Бесконачност

srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Beskonačnost

suomi: Äärettömyys

svenska: Oändlighet

Tagalog: Kawalang hangganan

தமிழ்: முடிவிலி

татарча/tatarça: Чиксезлек

తెలుగు: అనంతము

ไทย: อนันต์

тоҷикӣ: Беинтиҳоӣ

Türkçe: Sonsuz

українська: Нескінченність

اردو: متناہی اور لامتناہی

Tiếng Việt: Vô tận

文言: 無限

Winaray: Infinidad

ייִדיש: אומענדלעכקייט

粵語: 無限大

žemaitėška: Begalībė

中文: 无穷