Finite

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If something is finite, it means it will end. The opposite is infinite. There are many uses of this word, for example:

  • A finite number is a number which is not equal to \pm\infty; all real numbers are finite.
  • A finite set is a set that has a certain number of elements.
  • A finite verb is a term from linguistics that means that a verb is of a form that tells person and tense.