To infinity and beyond starts by saying that part of pie can be the same as a whole pie. The
whole term of infinity has had many people wondering and researching the depth of it. We are
then introduced to Georg Cantor, a German mathematician who helped others understand
infinity a little better. He started off by trying to figure out if two things, or a set, contained the
same number of objects. This had a flaw in counting objects, because one can go a lifetime
counting and still not finish counting all the objects. His second approach was to find if there
was a way to pair objects. To explain this, he gave the example of the number of seats in an
auditorium and the amount of people that attend and take a seat. If the amount of people that
need seats is the same as the amount of number of seats in the auditorium then they have the
same cardinality. If the amount of people that need seats is greater than the number of seats
than the number of people has a greater cardinality and vice versa. By using this pairing system,