*infinity = infinity, then the answer is infinity. If you see the whole line as infinity, then you walked 1 1/2(infinity) miles. If you think that each end of the line = infinity, then you walked 3*infinity miles. Is there more solutions to this problem? It depends on how you look at it, I only have three solutions (although I'm not sure if they are right.) Is infinity a single value, or does it go on forever? If it goes on forever, how can you reach the end?

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TopNewest\(\lim_{x\rightarrow \infty} \infty = \infty\) Cheers. :P

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