Infinity. When followed by a number, it denotes a transfinite cardinal, such as â„µ0.
- ci'i da mulna'usle
- There are infinitely many prime numbers.
As multiplication and exponentiation of transfinite ordinals is incompatible with that of cardinals, a new cmavo should be added for a transfinite ordinal, such as Ï‰0.
i, imaginary unit. When followed by a real number, multiplies that number by i. If four real numbers are separated by three ka'o, the number is a quaternion, with the components in the order 1, i, j, k.
- imaginary number
- imaginary i
- saclu fi'ure loi lujna'u li paka'opa .iku'i saclu piro loi lujna'u li ni'upaka'opa
- Only half the complex numbers can be represented in base 1+i, but all complex numbers can be represented in base i-1.
Null operand. A placeholder digit used in MEX operations that are grammatically binary, but semantically unary.
- null operand
- placeholder digit
- li fu'a ciboi muboi vu'u du li fu'a reboi tu'o va'a
- 3 5 - in reverse polish notation equals the negative of 2