# Difference between revisions of "Finite"

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* Limited, constrained by bounds, impermanent [http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/finite] | * Limited, constrained by bounds, impermanent [http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/finite] | ||

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− | '''Finite''' is the opposite of [[infinite]]. It may refer to: | + | '''Finite''' is the opposite of '''''[[infinite]]'''''. It may refer to: |

* Having a finite number of elements: finite set | * Having a finite number of elements: finite set |

## Latest revision as of 00:11, 21 November 2009

Adjective - **finite** (comparative more finite, superlative most finite)

- Limited, constrained by bounds, impermanent [1]

**Finite** is the opposite of * infinite*. It may refer to:

- Having a finite number of elements: finite set
- Being a finite number, so not equal to \pm\infty; all real numbers are finite
- Having a finite size
- In physics jargon, finite can mean either non-infinite or non-zero.
- A finite state machine or finite automaton is a model of behavior composed of states, transitions and actions.
- Finite verb [2]

The **finite** level of reality is characterized by creature life and time-space limitations. Finite realities may not have endings, but they always have beginnings--they are created. The Deity level of Supremacy may be conceived as a function in relation to finite existences.[3]