a. Explain the reasoning leading to Wallis’s paradoxical claim that, if negative numbers are less th

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a.    Explain the reasoning leading to Wallis’s paradoxical claim that, if negative numbers are less than zero, they must be greater than infinity.

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positive numbers are all  greater than zero and  they go on into infinity, thus any fraction of that number can also be divided an infinitive number of times. Negative numbers are the same.  Negative numbers represent the reverse movement or previous and/or time, more so  all negative numbers are infinitive also .while positive numbers represent the forward motion.

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