>>10002448No, you're the one who thinks 1/inf=0 lmfao

You're the one admitting you don't know what infinity is. It was another NPC test.

You treat it as a real number with properties a real number would have, such as uniqueness and exactness. You understand 8 is the simplest way to write 8, and you know enough that each number has a simplest and unique way to express it.

7 is not 8. 9 is not 8. Only 8 is 8.

This understanding is supported by arithmetic. 8 can be evaluated by any arbitrary evaluation equating 8.

7+1 = 8

9-1 = 8

3.14 + 4.86 = 8

There are innumerable ways to evaluate each individual unique identity of any number.

You treat infinity the same, even though it actually defies these properties. There is no value which can be combined or transformed by another which equates to infinity. You as an NPC would believe otherwise though, because infinity is technically a real number limit to you as it has been programmed as such into computers. It may be arbitrarily large and well outside the normal bounds of arithmetic, but you definitely treat it as a real value which can be enumerated to, and once reached, cannot be enumerated from to return it back to a real number.

There is some indication of the rules of infinity in your usage, but "some" is not enough, and the dealbreaker is the part when infinity is not supposed to be a real finite number.

In the end, you ironically are a finitist without even knowing it.