## 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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Posted by Michael Dickens on April 30, 2007

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## Bill said

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

## 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

## Bill said

OK, that clears things up . . . NOT!

## someone said

the answer is infinity

## Tearsplitter said

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

## yersunshyne said

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