anonymous user


what is negative infinity.



The IEEE floating-point standard specifies positive and negative infinity values; these can be the result of arithmetic overflow, division by zero, or other exceptional operations.

Heidi Bravo

To extend the number line infinitely along the positive direction results in infinity. To extend it in the negative direction results in negative infinity. These two infinities are equal- therefore the number line can be visualized as a circle

Negative infinity is the same in size as positive infinity. The number infinity is a concept that is used to describe something that is endless.

Mathew Kmetz

Infinity is an endless number. So negative infinity would be a negative number that never ends.

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