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Question
Greetings Saeed, with the compliments of the season!

Please, what do you call ‘infinity’ as a mathematical term?

My sentence for translation:
Infinity divided by any finite number (still) equals infinity.

My tuppenceworth:
بیکرانی بخش بر هر شمارۀ کرانمند هنوز هم مساوی با بیکرانی است.
Is this correct, please?

Best wishes, and many thanks,

Simon

Answer
Dear Simon,
Happy Christmas

All the followings are correct:
بی نهیات بخش بر هر عدد متناهی (هنوز) برابر با بی نهایت است
بی نهیات تقسیم بر هر عدد متناهی (هنوز) بی نهایت است
بی نهیات تقسیم بر هر عدد محدود (باز هم) برابر با بی نهایت است

Did you make a snowman? :)
haha
have fun there
Saeed

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I can answer to questions about Persian (Farsi) as second language as well as history of persian art and culture.

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I am an English - Persian translator with more than 8 years of experience and about 30 translated books including around 8000 pages. I have been interested in History of world art (painting and architecture), history, mythology, etc. As a poet I also have considerable experience in Persian poetry.

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B.A. of political sciences. M.A. of political sciences.

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