### Some articles on *infinitely*:

**Infinitely**Near Point

... In mathematics, the notion of

**infinitely**near points was initially part of the intuitive foundations of differential calculus ... infinitesimal distance apart are considered

**infinitely**near ...

... is a pattern with population that reaches new heights

**infinitely**often, but also

**infinitely**often drops below some fixed value ... The least

**infinitely**repeating population of any known sawtooth is 262, which is attained by a sawtooth found by David Bell on July 9, 2005 ...

**Infinitely**Demanding (2007)

...

**Infinitely**Demanding (Verso, 2007) is the most systematic overview of Critchley's philosophical position ...

**Infinitely**Demanding has been translated into 8 languages ... “

**Infinitely**Demanding” is the topic of a special issue of the journal Critical Horizons (August 2009) ...

... could develop on the insecure foundation of the acceptance of

**infinitely**small and

**infinitely**large quantities ... If

**infinitely**small and

**infinitely**large magnitudes are regarded as inconsistent notions, how could they serve as a basis for the construction of so an edifice of one of the most important mathematical ...

... published in 1983, Guy Robin proved that in Mertens' 2nd theorem the difference changes sign

**infinitely**often, and that in Mertens' 3rd theorem the difference changes sign

**infinitely**often ... are analogous to Littlewood's famous theorem that the difference π(x) − li(x) changes sign

**infinitely**often ...

### More definitions of "infinitely":

- (
*adv*): Without bounds.

Example:*"He is infinitely wealthy"*

Synonyms: boundlessly, immeasurably

### Famous quotes containing the word infinitely:

“It requires a surgical operation to get a joke well into a Scotch understanding. The only idea of wit, or rather that inferior variety of the electric talent which prevails occasionally in the North, and which, under the name of “Wut,” is so *infinitely* distressing to people of good taste, is laughing immoderately at stated intervals.”

—Sydney Smith (1771–1845)

“... the sentimentalist ... exclaims: “Would you have a woman step down from her pedestal in order to enter practical life?” Yes! A thousand times, yes! If we can really find, after a careful search, any women mounted upon pedestals, we should willingly ask them to step down in order that they may meet and help to uplift their sisters. Freedom and justice for all are *infinitely* more to be desired than pedestals for a few.”

—Bertha Honore Potter Palmer (1849–1918)

“Science is Christian, not when it condemns itself to the letter of things, but when, in the *infinitely* little, it discovers as many mysteries and as much depth and power as in the *infinitely* great.”

—Edgar Quinet (1803–1875)