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The infinity symbol represents something with no limit. Infinity reaches back to the ancient Greek civilization. The term infinity come from the Latin word infinitas meaning unboundedness. In math they treat infinity as if it were a real number, but not in the sorts of a real number. During the late nineteen and early twenty centuries Greg Cantor came up with ...

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