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The one that cannot be created on this platform (yet) Like one called Spirituality and another one News Media to name two


RoaringHey Jenny Did you change your question, or is my head screwed on backwards this morning?

Jenny_RizzoYou're fine. It must have been an AB glitch. Your answer makes sense. Spirituality does play a huge role in math.

RoaringCool syncronicity

Jenny The Great ⭐Yep, you were at the right place at the right time.

RoaringWhat I read as the question was "What are your favorite AB categories?" in case you were curious

Linda JoyShe changes her comments, too. I've seen her do it.

Jenny_RizzoRoaring, you are confused. If I had asked: "What are your favorite AB Categories?" I would have categorized this question under Answerbag questions and Answerbag help topics, As you can clearly see, this math question is under: EDUCATION AND LEARNING ? EDUCATION SUBJECTS You are better off sticking with your first comment of: "or is my head screwed on backwards this morning?" I prefer not to answer your question, that's why I said you were fine.

Jenny_RizzoLinda Joy, I saw a pink elephant, too. I have seen you transformed into one.

Linda JoyJenny, I told you you need to get your meds adjusted!

Linda JoyAwww poor baby! Want me to put you at the top of the list?

Linda JoyBe sure to not like my answers. That should do it, cry baby. It may take a little bit to catch up to the board but if you're not there by this evening I'll answer them all again.

Jenny The Great ⭐Linda Joy, I appreciate what you did, but seriously, I am here to reason with people, especially on the religious category. I have been doing it since I first joined AB in 2012.

Linda JoyYou don't reason you browbeat and insult I don't care about that stupid board and now people are pissed at me for helping you! Saying you don't deserve it because you're mean to people. I can't win here. Looks like it's time for another break from AB maybe then you can be the target for this sort of hatred you've thrown at me. Way to 'love one another'!

Jenny The Great ⭐Linda Joy, calm down. I do reason with others, I read their answers, I give them a thumbs up, (which in the old AB were points), and I also thank them for taking the time to stop by to answer my questions. Once again, I am here to reason with others. I was reasoning with you in one of your questions a month after I joined the new AB: http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/3503930#a8682151

Jenny The Great ⭐Linda Joy, in this question I asked, me and Roaring were having a polite conversation, until you came along. Don't take it wrong, I really do appreciate what you did. I just figured, just like anybody else would figure if any of us on AB had a chance to be on top of the AB leaderboard without you giving us that opportunity. That's all. So there's no need to get upset. You can stay. I'll take some time off from AB if that makes you feel better. But keep in mind that if I do receive feedback, I will not hesitate to address it. A few weeks ago, 'we are dough 68' tried to ridicule my answers by pervertedly stalking me, but he only found himself ridiculed. Which was no surprise why someone asked why he was such an idiot in the sense of a stupid person by definition. I made no issue about it. Why? I know the game. I know when certain ABer's are trying to run you off. That's exactly what happened to one of my chatting buddies by the name of Jewels Vern: https://answermug.com/forums/topic/56636/doesanybodyelselookatabnowandthen

Jenny The Great ⭐A side note: whatever floats your boat is how I see it.

RoaringHow about this: What I like about AB is that it exposes me to a lot of folks that think and express themselves in so many different ways. What helps me to keep it positive is that I feel i can learn something from everyone. And to practice not taking anything personally. I honestly am glad you both are on AB and look forward to the next question that grabs me to answer and/or comment

Jenny The Great ⭐Roaring, sharing different ideas and certain beliefs is the whole idea of socializing with others on AB, regardless if the conversation turns into a heated debate. It's all up to us to continue to defend our position or withdraw. It does not get any simpler than that.

RoaringI agree Jenny. I am glad for this range of expression and to see what comes out of me in response/reaction.

Jenny The Great ⭐Roaring, since you would like to see what comes out of you, is there a certain subject you would like to go over?

RoaringThis happens in responding to questions, making comments and responding to comments. I tend to be issue oriented and not take things personally. My last question was asking if anyone would accept a free ticket to mars in 2025 and responding to the corny joke question. Hope you are happy and well Jenny Rizzo

Jenny The Great ⭐Hello Roaring, I lost your comment in my feedback. I can see you don't take it personally like others. Neither do I, because everything you see on Answerbag is done for entertaining purposes only. Anybody who takes it personal should not be on this site which is filled with opinions.


Simple, never ending!

Something called the Golden Ratio !


Jenny_Rizzo
You are supposed to provide the answers, not me as the questioner. lol 
Jenny The Great ⭐
Someone edited their answer. lol


Redundant.

Math is not only fun it's fun  damental! https://www.answerbag.com/q_view/3503699

Aleph sub 3 is the hypothetical strongest level of infinity. Multiply the weaker levels to have the strongest one.

The concept of infinity in mathematics is a number greater than any assignable quantity. So infinity times infinity is infinity. There is a greater concept in mathematics, which occurs when one attempts to count all of the numbers on a continuum. For example, count the numbers from 1 to 2. There's 1.5, 1.25, 1.75, 1.125, 1.375, ..., then just try to count all of the real numbers. Since the set of real numbers is uncountable in such a way that we cannot even know which number to count after zero, and we know also that even if we could start counting by some arbitrarily small increment, that we would never finish counting, the concept of the number of numbers is significantly greater than the concept of infinity in a distinct way.


Jenny The Great ⭐
If you look below, I didn't mean to embarrass you and your friend. 
bostjan64
No worries. I don't know that person at all, anyway. 
Jenny The Great ⭐
That's one user who despises US English.


Ask Siri: What is zero divided by zero?


mushroom
I'm not tryin' to be your hero / 'Cause that zero is too cold for me Billy Preston "Nothing from Nothing" (1974) 
Texasescimo
Lol. Thanks I used to have an iPhone. Siri is funny on some questions 
Jenny The Great ⭐
Texasescimo, to define Infinity times Infinity: you don't have to ask Siri. You can read it from the Bible to see why the Jehovah's Witness and other Christian denominations believe God's personal name is infinite? Isaiah 40:28 "Do you not know? Have you not heard? Jehovah, the Creator of the ends of the earth, is a God for all eternity." Psalm 90:2 "Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever you had formed the earth and the world, from everlasting to everlasting you are God." 
Texasescimo
Have you ever asked Siri that question? Her answer is hilarious. 
Jenny The Great ⭐
Texasescimo, yes I have. Here is Siri's answer: "Imagine that you have zero cookies and you split them evenly among zero friends. How many cookies does each person get? See? It doesn't make sense. And Cookie Monster is sad that there are no cookies. And you are sad that you have no friends."


1x1=1

There are several levels of infinity. Aleph sub 1, Aleph Sub 2 and Aleph sub 3. Aleph sub 1 squared is Aleph sub 2.


bostjan64
"There are several levels of infinity. Aleph sub 1, Aleph Sub 2 and Aleph sub 3. Aleph sub 1 squared is Aleph sub 2." Alephone is not an equivalent concept to infinity, see my answer above. Infinity is the concept of a number too large to compute. An aleph number is an abstract concept of countability. Since alephone is the number of elements in the set of ordinal numbers, which itself is not a countable number, this number times itself is also an uncountable ordinal number. Therefore, alephone times alephone is alephone. Alephtwo is a different abstract concept one of how many curves there are in a space. If you think about how many ordinal numbers you could count, and then think of that multiplied by itself, it is a much smaller concept than the total number of curves in space. For one, there are alephnaught defined ndimentional spaces, and each point in ndimentional space has an naxis value of alephone. Since n times alephone is aleph one for any cardinal number n, there are alephone possible points in ndimentional space. There are alephone possible second points as well, making there be alephone times alephone possible straight lines in ndimentional space. But, since alephtwo is the total number of curves in ndimentional space, and the set of straight lines is a very small subset of the set of total possible curves, the two concepts are not equivalent in terms of countability. TL;DR There is a fairly well known relationship used in general set theory to determine the product between aleph numbers that alephn times alephm is aleph(max(n,m)). Since max(1,1)=1, alephone times alephone is alephone.


Infinity. You cannot add, subtract or divide infinity


Jenny The Great ⭐
Wise answer.


Infinity squared.

There is no answer to that question, it's impossible to multiply infinity by infinity. Oh, and by the way, it's "maths" with an "s" on the end, not this lazy, unfinished "math".


Jenny The Great ⭐
Despite of your nonanswer, you still get a thumbs up. Interestingly, other members lean to the state of an infinite answer. As for maths, isn't "maths" fun is bad grammar. Math is used to clarify the subject of mathematics. 
bostjan64
It's regional. In the Americas, it's typically "math," and in the Uk and Australia, it's typically "maths." Maybe someone from South Africa can clarify which is common there, but I think they typically say "maths." I don't get all of the fuss. Do people say "econs" short for "economics?" I've never heard that before. But, even in the USA, you usually hear "stats" short for statistics, but yet "stat," although awkward, is still generally acceptable. 
Jenny The Great ⭐
bostjan64, both "math" and "maths" are abbreviations for the word "mathematics"  the complex of science that studies numbers and shapes. They are just shorter versions for the full noun "mathematics." What ya fail to see, Answerbag is not a UK or Australian site, but an American site. *Facepalm* 
Jenny The Great ⭐
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Jenny The Great ⭐
Chrisarium, I see you have another member trying to support your English. You want to come down here in these comments so we can exchange some paragraphs to see who can type accurate English?????????????? If you noticed the information about Answerbag, my question is accurate to speak of US English. Once again, you are using bad grammar by the word "maths." If Answerbag was a UK or Australian site, then you would have every right to say "math" is a lazy an unfinished word. *Double Facepalm* 
bostjan64
To be clear, I don't think either is incorrect. It's as close an argument can get to "you say tomato, I say tomato." As for where the site is located, that's a good point; however, people can log in from anywhere in the world (except maybe North Korea), and, since American English and UK English are nearly the same thing, no one will likely know which dialect to use until an argument like this comes about. You'd think someone with an avatar of a character from a US television programme would know a little about American English, though. 
Jenny The Great ⭐
bostjan64, they are only incorrect depending on which English you are using in autocorrect spelling. I'm using US English. Chrisarium seems to be using UK English. The struggle for supremacy of the āsā versus āzā on our autocorrect spelling option keeps reminding us all. I find it funny how Chrisarium wants to degrade US English  when he or she fails to see that Answerbag is an American site, not to mention the Simpsons avatar character to speak of American cartoons. 
Chrisarium
I seem to be using UK English because I was born and educated in England. I didn't say I wanted to degrade US English, I just didn't know Americans didn't put an "s" on the end of "maths". Where does it say it's an American site? I got my avatar from a random Google Image search. Not everybody in the world is American, you know. 
Jenny The Great ⭐
Chrisarium, quote: "I didn't say I wanted to degrade US English," It is not that you wanted to, it's what you did by saying the word "math" is a lazy, unfinished word to speak of US English. You're wrong on that to supposedly make a good impression in these comments. Quote: "I just didn't know Americans didn't put an "s" on the end of "maths"." The word "math" is simply in singular to mention syllables such as bath, booth and earth. 
Jenny The Great ⭐
Chrisarium, quote: "Where does it say it's an American site?" Go back and read the 4th comment so you can see the Answerbag information. I understand everybody in the world is not American, but when you come here and impose your English, don't think Americans appreciate being ridiculed. If more than anything, it's the other way around with inferior countries. Further information about Answerbag's competitors, revenue, number of employees, funding and acquisitions: https://www.owler.com/company/answerbag


Infinity times infinity equals infinity squared.

In fact, "infinity squared" is probably the most correct answer. [[ Following example attempts to explain ]] Imagine, for example, a list of numbers, all positive integers. The list is infinitely long. The list is infinite, or AN infinity. Now imagine that you have an infinite number of copies of that infinite list. If you understand the concept of arrays or spreadsheets, you have an infinitely long row (which is one infinity)...and an infinite number of rows (infinity times infinity). Obviously in such an example you have more than one infinity. In fact: you have an infinite number of infinities, or infinity squared. . . . Now imagine that you have an infinite number of these arrays. In the spreadsheet/array example: infinity in a third dimension. In that case you have infinity cubed. That is: an infinite number of infinite numbers of infinities.

You just like drawing boobies, which is the symbol for infinity.
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