A Clear Conception of Zero and Infinity with Practical Illustrations

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Okoh Ufuoma

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This paper presents a clear conception of zero and infinity and furnishes some instances to show how this may be employed in Physics.

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Ufuoma, O. (2020). A Clear Conception of Zero and Infinity with Practical Illustrations. Asian Research Journal of Mathematics, 16(8), 108-139. https://doi.org/10.9734/arjom/2020/v16i830213
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