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if you add an infinite series to another infinite series, it's still infinite , so no.

Infinity is not a number...It's an abstract theroy of a mobuis strip.

That is not a definition of infinite. People use infinite to mean big, but that doesn't change the definition.

There is also another definition for infinity which says that any quatity which can not be measured because of lack of our intellectuality or knowledge is infinite.

lets suppose we are in that time when the distances of heavenly bodies were not determined yet.Then we will say that the distances of the moon and the sun are infinite from the Earth.But we certainly know that the distance of sun from the earth is far mor greater than that of moon.In other words one infinity is greater than the other one.!

if it is infinity than you can't measure it and if you cant measure it than how can you prove that it is bigger than the other one?

But its true some infinities are bigger than the other one no matter we can't prove this

By definition, it is impossible for one infinity to be bigger than another. It is like asking which is heavier, a pound of feathers or a pound of bricks. They may be made up of different pieces, but by definition they are the same.

Infinity means that something has no limit. This means that by definition, nothing, not even something else that is infinite, can be bigger.

Infinity is a number greater than any assignable quantity or countable number. It is usually stated in a number. When we are talking about number, itâ€™s hard to tell that this number is bigger than others as we have a lot of numbers if you want to count on. Number relates to Math and I prefer to learn language to Maths.

For example there are infinite numbers between 1 and 2, 1.01, 1.02,1.03 and so on. But there are also infinite numbers between 1 and 10 also and because the distance between the two numbers is greater the infinity would be bigger.

Yes maybe, give an example and enlighten it, please!

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