If infinity in one case is just something that cannot be capped. Does it really find its use in something? Speed is a number and when Dr.Math can assume it can be infinite, in reality universe even slows down time to make it a capped by a finite number.
I am sure there should be some transformation that makes an infinity transform into a number suddenly depending on what it defines? Could there be just infinite constants that we just dont know instead of infinity itself?
Is there something where infinity helps than being a number?
Ok My question is. I consider infinity is a limitation. Its an assumption that something is limitless. So at some point infinity becomes a number when we know that limit. So my question is does infinity helped with any mathematical achievements. In other words even if we know speed limited by speed of light mathematically speed can be infinity but not physically. Has it helped in anyway to assume speed can be infinity and proved something or disproved something.