Kenneth S. answered • 12/01/17

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Zero is a number; it is precisely one point on the Real numberline.

Infinity is NOT a specific number, but a concept of a value that could never be attained by a number (when moving toward the right on the numberline).

The idea of "nothing never ending" is a semantic tangle, not mathematics.

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