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# What is finite and infinite numbers?

**Finite number**

A finite number is a number that is not infinite. In other words, it could be measured, or given a value. There are also a finite number of grains of sand at the beach. And the length of the beach is also a finite number.

**Infinite numbers**

For example, there are infinitely many whole numbers {0,1,2,3,4,...}, But there are more real numbers (such as 12.308 or 1.1111115) because there are infinitely many possible variations after the decimal place as well.

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