@bob_the_fisherman Said
Any number divided by infinity equals a zero, then a decimal point, then an infinite number of zeros.
Adding any amount to the number makes no difference.
This is kind of a nonsensical statement as "infinity" isn't a number.
If we want be more "accurate" (pretending that "infinity" is a number) we should say that "any number divided by infinity approaches zero"... the "limit" being "0"... etc... However, since you can't actually divide by infinity (infinity not being a number) the "answer" is thus considered to be "0".
This point
can be argued infinitely, but not with me.
For this discussion let's just accept your statement: "Any number divided by infinity equals a zero".
So we now have the number "0" or 0.0000000000000.... which is still just "0".
Now you say, "Adding any amount to the number makes no difference". However, we have shifted mathematical functions from "division" to "addition".
Let's try that one out:
0 + X = X
0 + 1 = 1
0 + 20 = 20
0 + 2019 = 2019
0 + 299 792 458 = 299 792 458
So apparently your statement is incorrect.
Adding any amount to the number (i.e. "0" ) does in fact make a difference.
I'm guessing that you meant to say something different, but that is a guess on my part.
@mrmhead Said
Why are you dividing by infinity?
I'm guessing obfuscation or confusion....