# Infinities’ value

An Infinite number (yes plural) is simply one that, no matter how far you calculate it, does not reach a conclusion or a unit integer (such as the 1 in 471).

This means there are endless infinite numbers, or more accurately the word “infinite” is an adjective that can be used to *describe* numbers. That’s right, there are exactly 10 to the power of [(an infinite number of 9’s) – 1] possible infinite numbers; or 10 to power [∞].

“Infinities” as a logical mathematical term has all answers that are unable to be thought of. E.g. 1 is not infinite, neither is 2193187. Therefore infinite holds all answers apart from actual values. Similar to X*0=0 all answers for X work, as anything times zero is zero.

This also means there is one of infinite correct ways to answer a question about logic.