**infA ≡ (1+1+1+...+1)**

ismlA ≡ 1 / infA

ismlA ≡ 1 / infA

And thus;

infA * ismlA = (1+1+1+...+1) / (1+1+1+...+1) = 1

2 * infA = (2+2+2+...+2)

And;

infA / (2*infA) = (1+1+1+...+1) / (2+2+2+...+2) = 1/2

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**Rationale**

(Identity A) / (Identity A) = 1

(Identity A) / 1 = (Identity A)

(Identity A) = (Identity A)

A = A

A common confusion came in the form of;

**infinity / infinity = indeterminate,**

which is what you were taught in elementary education. But "infinity" isn't an identity. It is merely one property of a

*potential*identity revealing too little information.

It is like saying;

**length / length = indeterminate.**

Until you specify a particular length, you haven't enough information and thus, "indeterminate".

But if someone specifies a particular length;

**(1 meter length) / (1 meter length) = 1**, you have a different syllogism.

And when someone specifies a particular infinity ("infA");

(1+1+1+ ... +1) / (1+1+1+ ... +1) = 1, as;

infA / infA = 1,

to deny it is denying that A = A

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