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Question of the Week: What is the square root of negative pi multiplied by zero plus infinity?

Posted by Michael Dickens on April 30, 2007

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6 Responses to “Question of the Week: What is the square root of negative pi multiplied by zero plus infinity?”

  1. Bill said

    Is that (SRNP*0)+INF or SQNP*(0+INF) where SRNP = square root of negative pi and INF = infinity?

  2. mtgap said

    Whichever is most complicated.

    I’ll give you a hint: it’s equal to b*(-b)/(3a^2)+10c-b
    where a = 23x^2, b = 6y^x, and c = xy. X is equal to the square root of negative pi where Y is equal to infinity over 188200182770508270836592876401837485928901847915.7777

  3. Bill said

    OK, that clears things up . . . NOT!

  4. someone said

    the answer is infinity

  5. Tearsplitter said

    wouldn’t it just be the square root of infinity? Which would be infinity?

  6. yersunshyne said

    the answer lies somewhere between zero and infinity, I just KNOW it

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