Positive Infinity is different from mathematical infinity in the following ways:
- The product of two positive infinity is positive infinity
- Product of positive and negative infinity is negative infinity
- If we divide any positive number by positive infinity, we will get positive 0
- If we divide any negative number by positive infinity, we will get negative 0
- 0 multiplied by positive infinity is NaN
- NaN multiplied by positive infinity is NaN
- We get negative infinity when we divide positive infinity by any negative number (except negative infinity)
- We get positive infinity when we divide positive infinity by any positive number (except positive infinity)
- Positive infinity divided by either positive or negative infinity is NaN
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