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SoAMadDeathWish Posted June 10, 2014 Author Share Posted June 10, 2014 Supernatural numbers are awesome.The supernatural number 2^(inf)*3^(inf)*5^(inf)*7^(inf)*.... = 0. Why? Because 0 can be divided by any prime number infinitely many times. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

BaalChatzaf Posted June 10, 2014 Share Posted June 10, 2014 Supernatural numbers are awesome.The supernatural number 2^(inf)*3^(inf)*5^(inf)*7^(inf)*.... = 0. Why? Because 0 can be divided by any prime number infinitely many times.Nope. None of the factors are zero. The product of non zero numbers bigger than 1 cannot be 0.Ba'al Chatzaf Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

SoAMadDeathWish Posted June 10, 2014 Author Share Posted June 10, 2014 Supernatural numbers are awesome.The supernatural number 2^(inf)*3^(inf)*5^(inf)*7^(inf)*.... = 0. Why? Because 0 can be divided by any prime number infinitely many times.Nope. None of the factors are zero. The product of non zero numbers bigger than 1 cannot be 0.Ba'al Chatzaf The product of non-zero natural numbers bigger than 1 cannot be 0, but that is not true for supernatural numbers. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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The supernatural number 2^(inf)*3^(inf)*5^(inf)*7^(inf)*.... = 0.

Why? Because 0 can be divided by any prime number infinitely many times.

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Nope. None of the factors are zero. The product of non zero numbers bigger than 1 cannot be 0.

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