# what is bigger: infinite or all?

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- TardisAndTheHareLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
All is infinite. However, as L'Hopital's rule proves, the ratio of one infinite quantity over another sometimes yields a finite solution. This means that some infinite values are bigger than others.

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- IdealistLv 76 months ago
Infinity is definitely bigger than everything. Because it's limitless. Never ending. But depends on the sign as well. Because infinity can be both positive or negative.

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- 6 months ago
Infinity is bigger if it is positive infinity. Remember there can be negative infinity.

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- Anonymous6 months ago
infinite has 8 letters

all has 3 letters

It seems that infinite is bigger

Bonus answer:

When asking to choose between 2 possible choices, the proper word to use is: WHICH

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- davidLv 76 months ago
Well, believe it or not, there are different infinities. Some are bigger than others.

All does not necessarily mean infinite. All of a pie is just a very specific amount. All my money is definitely a specific amount and neither are infinite.

==== So 'infinite' (in general) is larger than 'all'.

- Jeff AaronLv 76 months agoReport
If you mean countable and uncountable infinities, they were eventually proved to be the same.

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- geezerLv 76 months ago
ALL implies that the amount is finite .. because you can have ''all of it''

so INFINITE is bigger .. because it goes on forever and there is always ''more''.

incorrect, again ALL includes everything that is infinite. However, i do retract that ALL and INFINITE are always equal. Because what a person can do is INFINITE, where as ALL a person is capable of doing is not INFINITE. Therefore, in some case ALL is more than INFINITE

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