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Let me put it to you this way. What number times 0 equals 0? The answer to this question is any number except infinity. (Infinity is a special case in mathematics.) Because any number times 0 equals 0, 0 divided by zero has an infinite number of possible answers. Therefore, we say that the answer to this equation is "undefined."

0/0 is 1

You can't divide by zero. http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/7592

zero divided by zero is undefined and doesn't exist. Without going into much detail: x/0 (for all x such that x is not zero) can be defined in some number systems as infinity, but that's about as far as you can take it.

Doesn't exist. Mathematical impossibility.

1. Any number divided by the same number gives 1.

Nonsense.

0/0 can be any number. Think of it in terms of multiplication being the inverse. If, 2*3=6 Then, 6/3=2 Therefor If, 5*0=0 Then, 0/0=5 (or any other number)

0 is just a symbol for nothing, it doesn't exist. It's not a number at all. When used with other numbers, it's a placeholder. 0 = nothing 10 = ten

0/0=00 :0

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O' the pressure I don't know my cell phone says I am not allowed to divide by zero. Nobody ever told me that. What do I do?

Nut'en Honey

bourbon in a teeny tiny glass.

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Invalid, or 0.

Nothing. 0 added to itself, divided by itself, multiplied by itself or subtracted from itself is still 0.

1 = any number divided by itself is 1. The actual answer is undefined. Meaning, it just doesn't work with our numbering system.

Brahmagupta, man who found zero said zero divided by zero is zero.

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i had this question on my test. i answered 0.....the question is ... how many times does nothing(0) go into nothing(0). it goes into it nothing times(0). so the answer is fricken 0. and then i should get it right!!!!!

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Um, cheesecake?

undefined

0 divided by 0 = 0

0... 0= nothing... what would you divide if there is nothing to be divided? you are just saying... nothing divided by nothing...

well my math teacher says that anything by zero is undefined because you cant take something and put it into nothing, but i was thinking, if you already have 0 than putting it into 0 groups is easy, so i think that 0 should be that only number that can be divided by zero, but most people disagree with me, whatever

By my math it is 0,none.

As next to nothing as it can be. Sort of like the population of the universe. Technically, we don't exist.

impossible to calculate.

I think that you may also think of 0/0 as the limit of 0/x as x approaches 0, that is, the limit of the product of 0 and 1/x as x approaches 0, which yields 0 * ∞.

It is more like a philosophical question than maths question. For example: 10 birds on atree. A hunter shot down one bird. How many birds left? Maths: 9 birds; Philosophy: 0 birds

anything divided by nothing is undefined... it dont exist

Zero.

0/anything=0

I'm very very tempted to say 0 but theoretically, its not possible to determine.

anything divided by zero is like diving a cake between 0 people, there is no answer, and nothing actually happens.

your all saying 0 is an undefined number and it isnt, ZERO is its own number it comes before 1 and you cannot divide by it in any way, if you have 2 apples and you divide them between 2 people you get 1 if you have 0 apples and divide them between 0 people nothing happens, there was nothing ever there and nothing getting taken away.

Everything, and nothing. (undefined) The answer could be described as the set of every real number. Take any number: 1,323,231,544 Multiply by the bottom number (0) and you get the top number (0), so every possible real number is a possible answer, that's why it's undefined.

LB155. [ ( 0 ) ÷ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ], Proof (1/6) 0. ( N ) = ( Number ), ( / ) = (÷) = ( Division ), [ (+N)  (+N) = ( 0 ) ], [ Living Zero ( 0 ) = { (+N)  (+N ) } ] [ (+1)  (+1) = ( 0 ) ], [ Living Zero ( 0 ) = { (+1)  (+1) } ] [  { ( 0 ) } ] = [ + { ( 0 ) } ] [  { (+N)  (+N) } ] = [ + { (+N)  (+N) } ] = [ + (+N)  (+N) ] [  { (+1)  (+1) } ] = [ + { (+1)  (+1) } ] = [ + (+1)  (+1) ] [  (+N)  (+N) ] = [  { (+N) + (+N) } ] [  (+1)  (+1) ] = [  { (+1) + (+1) } ] [ { + (N) } = {  (+N) } ] * [ { + (1) } = {  (+1) } ] [ { + (+N) } = {  (N) } ] * [ { + (+1) } = {  (1) } ] [ + (N)  (N) ] = [ + (N)  (+N) ] = [ + (N) + (N) ] = [ + { (N) + (N) } ] = [ + { (N)  (+N) } ] = [ + { (N)  (N) } ] [  (+N)  (+N) ] = [ + (N) + (N) ] = [ + { (N) + (N) } ] = [ + { (2N) } ] = [ + (2N) ] = [  (+2N) ] = [  { (+2N) } ] = [  { (+N) + (+N) } ] [ ( 0 ) X ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ], Proof ( directly ) [^^^] = [ ( 0 ) X ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ { N  N } X { N  N } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { N  N } X N  { N  N } X N } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { N X N  N X N }  { N X N  N X N } } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { N^2  N^2 }  { N^2  N^2 } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { N^2  N^2 } + { N^2  N^2 } = ( 0 ) ] = [ N^2  N^2 + N^2  N^2 = ( 0 ) ] = [ N^2 + N^2  N^2  N^2 = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( N^2 + N^2 )  ( N^2 + N^2 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 2N^2 )  ( 2 N^2) = ( 0 ) ] = [ 2N^2  2N^2 = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] [ ( 0 ) ÷ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ], Proof, [ at the proof of { ( 0 ) X ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) } ] [^^^] = [ ( 0 ) X ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ < ( 0 ) > X { ( 0 ) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ < ( 0 ) > = ( 0 ) ÷ { ( 0 ) } ] = [ ( 0 ) ÷ { ( 0 ) } = < ( 0 ) > ] = [ ( 0 ) ÷ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] [ ( 0 ) ÷ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ], Proof ( directly ) [^^^] = [ ( 0 ) ÷ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ { ( 0 ) } ÷ { ( 0 ) } = { ( 0 ) } ] = [ { ( 0 ) } / { ( 0 ) } = { ( 0 ) / ( 0 ) } ] = [ { 1  1 } / { 1  1 } = { ( 0 ) / ( 0 ) } ] = [ ( 1  1 ) / ( 1  1 ) = ( 0 ) / ( 0 ) ] = [ { 1 / ( 1  1 ) }  { 1 / ( 1  1 ) } = ( 0 ) / ( 0 ) ] = [ { 1 / ( 1  1 ) }  { 1 / ( 1  1 ) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { 1 / ( 0 ) }  { 1 / ( 0 ) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ 1  1 / ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 0 ) / ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 0 ) ÷ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] 1. [ ( 0 ) ] = [ We have no (Partial Fortune). ] 2. Proof ( directly ) [^^^] = [ ( 0 ) ÷ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ { ( 0 ) } ÷ { ( 0 ) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (+N)  (+N) } ÷ { (+N)  (+N) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (+N)  (+N) } / { (+N)  (+N) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (+N) / <(+N)  (+N)> }  { (+N) / <(+N)  (+N)> } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (+N) / ( 0 ) }  { (+N) / ( 0 ) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (+N)  (+N) } / ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 0 ) / ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 0 ) ÷ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] 3. Example [^^^] = [ ( 0 ) ÷ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ { ( 0 ) } ÷ { ( 0 ) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (+1)  (+1) } ÷ { (+1)  (+1) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (+1)  (+1) } / { (+1)  (+1) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (+1) / <(+1)  (+1)> }  { (+1) / <(+1)  (+1)> } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (+1) / ( 0 ) }  { (+1) / ( 0 ) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (+1)  (+1) } / ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 0 ) / ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 0 ) ÷ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] http://www.youtube.com/user/trapassing http://www.flickr.com/photos/trapassing I cannot english. 1/5. [ Copyright of Image and Sentence ] 2/5. Copyright Notice : Copyright © (Coupdetat.net) 3/5. Do not Editing 4/5. Free Copyright (Use Only) : Personal Homepage and Blog 5/5. Copyright (No Use) : ProfitMaking, Enterprise, Government

on a graph 0,0,0 is the very center so it actually is something philosophically 0 and every other number are the same if you move your 0 corridinate to 4,5,4 that point becomes 0 making all math thought life, exsistense completely and utterly usely our systems is undoubtly flawed we are only percieving things on a extremely limited scale and dimensional plain which brings me to the conclusion 0 = infinte at a finite point

1) That could be anything... "For b = 0, the equation bx = a can be rewritten as 0x = a or simply 0 = a. Thus, in this case, the equation bx = a has no solution if a is not equal to 0, and has any x as a solution if a equals 0." 2) "When division is explained at the elementary arithmetic level, it is often considered as a description of dividing a set of objects into equal parts. As an example, consider having 10 apples, and these apples are to be distributed equally to five people at a table. Each person would receive = 2 apples. Similarly, if there are 10 apples, and only one person at the table, that person would receive = 10 apples. So for dividing by zero — what if there are 10 apples to be distributed, but no one comes to the table? How many apples does each "person" at the table receive? The question itself is meaningless — each "person" can't receive zero, or 10, or an infinite number of apples for that matter, because there are simply no people to receive anything in the first place. So , at least in elementary arithmetic, is said to be meaningless, or undefined. Another way to understand the nature of division by zero is by considering division as a repeated subtraction. For example, to divide 13 by 5, 5 can be subtracted twice, which leaves a remainder of 3 — the divisor is subtracted until the remainder is less than the divisor. The result is often reported as = 2 remainder 3. But, in the case of zero, repeated subtraction of zero will never yield a remainder less than zero. Dividing by zero by repeated subtraction results in a series of subtractions that never ends. This connection of division by zero to infinity takes us beyond elementary arithmetic." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Division_by_zero 3) Let's take the apple example: we have 0 apples to be distributed, but no one comes to the table. What can each of those 0 people get? Actually, each of them could get 1 apple. But also, each of them could get 2 apples. Or 1/2 apple. Or sqrt(2) apples. Or 5 apples. Or (2+i) apples. Or 0 apples. Or even 10 oranges. Any of those things is absolutely no problem, because in all cases, nobody will get something. Notice also that in all cases, after I have made the distribution, I have nothing left (just as before). 4) Let's take the repeated subtraction: How many times can I subtract 0 from 0? I can do it 1 time, and the rest will be 0. I can do it 2 times, and the rest will be 0. I can do it any times, and the rest will still be 0. Even if I don't do it at all (0 times), the rest will also be 0. Here again, "any" could really be *anything*, not just integer or positive or even real numbers. 5) So, this particular division by zero is different from all the others. If I want to divide for instance 10 by 0, it is *impossible* to do that. But in the case of 0/0, any value could satisfy this. We call this "indetermined" because it could be anything. There is not one only solution, any number is a solution.

0 X ∞ = ? [ Zero X Infinity = ? ] [ 0 ÷ 0 ] = [ 1 ] or [ 0 ] If, Zero ( 0 ) is. We can divide Zero ( 0 ) by Zero ( 0 ). We can divide Living Zero ( 0 ) by Living Zero ( 0 ). We can divide (0_) by (0_). * [ (0_) ÷ (0_) = 1 ] We can divide { beings } by { beings }. We can not divide Living Zero (0_) by (_0). *[ (0_) ÷ (_0) = (_0) = 0 ] We can not divide (_0) by Living Zero (0_). * [ (_0) ÷ (0_) = (_0) = 0 ] We can not divide (_0) by Dead Zero (_0). * [ (_0) ÷ (_0) = (_0) = 0 ] We can not divide { beings } by { no beings }. We can not divide { no beings } by { beings }. We can not divide { no beings } by { no beings }.  Definition of Zero ( 0 ), Concept of Zero ( 0 ), Meaning of Zero ( 0 )  Definition of Zero ( 0 ) is the center of them. They are (Negative number) and (Imaginary number). They are (Infinity), (Infinitesimal) and (Limit). They ask Zero ( 0 ) for Definition of Zero ( 0 ).  [ Zero ( 0 ) ] = [ There is no Number ] [^^^] = [ ( N  N ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 1  1 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ Zero ( 0 ) before calculating = Zero ( 0 ) after calculating ] = [ Living Zero ( 0 ) = Dead Zero ( 0 ) ] = [ (0_) = (_0) ]  ( Limit ) [ 1 ÷ (∞ ) = ( 0 ) ] [ (∞ ) ] = [ 1, 10, 100, 1000, 10000, 100000, 1000000, 10000000, 100000000, ........... ] 1 ÷ (1) = ( 1 ) 1 ÷ (10) = ( 0.1 ) 1 ÷ (100) = ( 0.01 ) 1 ÷ (1000) = ( 0.001 ) 1 ÷ (10000) = ( 0.0001 ) 1 ÷ (100000) = ( 0.00001 ) 1 ÷ (1000000) = ( 0.000001 ) 1 ÷ (10000000) = ( 0.0000001 ) 1 ÷ (100000000) = ( 0.00000001 ) ........................................... [ 1 ÷ (∞ ) = ( 0 ) ] [ 1 ÷ ( 0 ) = (∞ ) ] [ (∞ ) ] = [ 1, 10, 100, 1000, 10000, 100000, 1000000, 10000000, 100000000, ........... ] 1 ÷ (1) = ( 1 ) 1 ÷ (0.1) = ( 10 ) 1 ÷ (0.01) = ( 100 ) 1 ÷ (0.001) = ( 1000 ) 1 ÷ (0.0001) = ( 10000 ) 1 ÷ (0.00001) = ( 100000 ) 1 ÷ (0.000001) = ( 1000000 ) 1 ÷ (0.0000001) = ( 10000000 ) 1 ÷ (0.00000001) = ( 100000000 ) ........................................... [ 1 ÷ ( 0 ) = (∞ ) ]  (01) [ Zero ( 0 ) ] = [ There is no Number ] [^^^] = [ ( N  N ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 1  1 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ Zero ( 0 ) before calculating = Zero ( 0 ) after calculating ] = [ Living Zero ( 0 ) = Dead Zero ( 0 ) ] = [ (0_) = (_0) ] (02) Direct proof on [ (2) X (2) = (+4) ] asks Zero ( 0 ) for Definition of Zero ( 0 ) . [ (2) ] = [ ( 0 ) + (2) ] = [ (+1) + (1) + (2) ] = [ (+1) + (3) ] = [ (+1)  (+3) ] [^^^] = [ (2) X (2) = (+4) ] = [ { (+1)  (+3)} X { (+1)  (+3) } = (+4) ] = [ ( 1  3 ) X ( 1  3 ) = (+4) ] = [ ( 1  3 )  ( 3  9 ) = (+4) ] = [ 1  3  3 + 9 = (+4) ] [^^^] = [ (2) X (2) = (+4) ] = [  { (2) X 2 } = (+4) ] = [  { (4) } = (+4) ] = [  (4) = (+4) ] = [  (4) = <+> (+4) ] * Addition sign<+> = (Adding up) (03). ADACHI, Norio Department of Mathematics Professor http://www.sci.waseda.ac.jp/research/HEAD/E/A.html http://www.waseda.jp Book : The science of Zero and Infinity (Newton HIGHLIGFT), 138P http://newtonkorea.co.kr (031). 0 X ∞ = ? <1>. [ 1, 2, 3, ..., n, ... ] > ( ∞ ), numerical progression <2>. [ 1, 1/2, 1/3, ..., 1/n, ... ] > ( 0 ), numerical progression <3>. [ 1, 1/4, 1/9, ..., 1/N^2, ... ] > ( 0 ), numerical progression (032). [^^^] = [ <1> X <2> ] = [ ∞ X 0 ] = [ { 1 X 1 }, { 1 X 1/2 }, { 3 X 1/3 }, ..., { n X 1/n }, ... ] = [ { 1 }, { 1 }, { 1 }, ..., { 1 }, ... ] = [ 1, 1, 1, ..., 1, ... ] = [ 1 ] (033). [^^^] = [ <1> X <3> ] = [ ∞ X 0 ] = [ { 1 X 1 }, { 2 X 1/4 }, { 3 X 1/9 }, ..., { n X 1/n^2 }, ... ] = [ { 1 }, { 1/2 }, { 1/3 }, ..., { 1/n }, ... ] = [ 0 ] (034). Why is [ ∞ X 0 ] [ 0 ] or [ 1 ] (04). If [ ∞ = 1/0 ] defined. [^^^] = [ ∞ X 0 ] = [ 1/0 X 0 ] = [ 0 / 0 ] = [ 0 ÷ 0 ] [^^^] = [ 0 X 0 = 0 ] = [ 0 = 0 ÷ 0 ] > [^^^] = [ 0 X 1 = 0 ] = [ 1 = 0 ÷ 0 ] > [^^^] = [ 0 X 1 = 0 ] = [ 0 = 0 ÷ 1 ] = [ 0 = ( 1  1 ) ÷ 1 ] = [ 0 = 0 ] [ 0 ÷ 0 ] is ( 0 ) or (1). Because [ ∞ X 0 ] is reverse calculation on [ 0 ÷ 0 ], [ ∞ X 0 ] is ( 0 ) or (1). (05). The meaning of [ ∞ X 0 ] = [ 1/0 X 0 ] = [ 0 / 0 ] = [ 1 ] [ ( 0 ) = (Number) ] [ ( 0 ) = (Number) ] = [ Living Zero ( 0 ) ] [ Living Zero ( 0 ) ] = [ Single(1) number system ] [ Dead Zero ( 0 ) ] = [ Naught(0) number system ] (06). The examples of ( 0 = Number ) 1. [ 1 ÷ 0 = ∞ ] 2. Colin Maclaurin 1698 – 1746.06.14, UK) [^^^] = [ (a) X ( 0 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ (a) X { ( 0 ) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ (a) X { (+b) + (b) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (a) X (+b) } + { (a) X (b) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { ab } + { (a) X (b) } = ( 0 ) ] = [ { (a) X (b) } = ( 0 )  { ab } ] = [ { (a) X (b) } = ( 0 ) + { +ab } ] = [ { (a) X (b) } = { +ab } ] = [ (a) X (b) = { +ab } ] = [ (a) X (b) = ab ] [^^^] = [ ( 0 ) > { (+b) + (b) } ] = [ Dead ( 0 ) > Living ( 0 ) ] 3. [ ∞ X 0 ] = [ 1/0 X 0 ] = [ 0 / 0 ] = [ 1 ] [ ∞ X 0 ] = [ 1/0 X 0 ] = [ 0 / 0 ] = [ 0 ] (07).Conclusion A Mathematician already knows under contents. A Learner does not know under contents. How about ?  under contents  [ Zero ( 0 ) ] = [ There is no Number ] [^^^] = [ ( N  N ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ ( 1  1 ) = ( 0 ) ] = [ Zero ( 0 ) before calculating = Zero ( 0 ) after calculating ] = [ Living Zero ( 0 ) = Dead Zero ( 0 ) ] = [ (0_) = (_0) ]  (08). Number System ( 0 Number System), [ 0 ] > Dead ( 0 ) ( 1 Number System), [ 00... ] > Living Zero ( 0 ) ( 2 Number System), [ 1010... ] ( 3 Number System), [ 120120... ] ( 4 Number System), [ 12301230... ] ( 5 Number System), [ 1234012340... ] ( 6 Number System), [ 123450123450... ] ( 7 Number System), [ 12345601234560... ] ( 8 Number System), [ 1234567012345670... ] ( 9 Number System), [ 123456780123456780... ] ( 10 Number System), [ 12345678901234567890... ] (11 Number System), [ (0_)1234567890(0_)1234567890... ] + Living Zero ( 0 ) (11 Number System), [ (0_)123456789(_0)(0_)1234567890... ] ( 0 Number System) = (Naught number system) ( 1 Number System) = (Single number system) (09). Calculation on Living Zero ( 0 ). [^^^] = [ (0) X 7 ] = [ (0)(0)(0)(0)(0)(0)(0) ] [^^^] = [ (0_) X 7 ] = [ (0_)(0_)(0_)(0_)(0_)(0_)(0_) ] = [ 7 ] = [ (0_)(0_)(0_)(0_)(0_)(0_)(0_) ÷ (0_) ] [^^^] = [ (0) X 1 ] = [ (0) ] [^^^] = [ (0_) X 1 ] = [ (0_) ] = [ 1 ] = [ (0_) ÷ (0_) ] (13). How does (Naught number system) explained ? [ (0_)(0_) = (0_2) ] >(11 Number System) [^^^] = [ Havings ] = [ (Money $3) + (Debt $3, three Bills, each) ] = [ (+3) + (3) ] (09:00), Pay off a debt in $1. (10:00), Pay off a debt in $1. (12:00), Pay off a debt in $1. Then, divide it among the three. [^^^] = [ { (+3) + (3) } ÷ { (+1) + (1) } ] = [ <{ (+1) + (1) } X 3 > ÷ { (+1) + (1) } ] = [ <{ (+1) + (1) } + { (+1) + (1) } + { (+1) + (1) } > ÷ { (+1) + (1) } ] = [ 3 ] How is this possible? If, State before paying a debt A Money and Debt is. Then, { (+3) + (3) } can be divided by { (+1) + (1) } Then, { Beings } can be divided by { Beings } Change of signs [^^^] = [ { (+3) + (3) } ÷ { (+1) + (1) } ] = [ { (0_)(0_)(0_) + (_0)(_0)(_0) } ÷ { (0_) + (_0) } ] = [ { (0_3) + (3_0) } ÷ { (0_) + (_0) } ] = [ <{ (0_) + (_0) } X 3 > ÷ { (0_) + (_0) } ] = [ 3 ] (14). Calculation of Dead Zero ( 0 ) and Living Zero ( 0 ) * [ (0_)(0_) = (0_2) ] > (11 Number System) [ (0_) + (0_) = (0_)(0_) = (0_2) ] [ (_0) + (_0) = (_0) = 0 ] [ (0_) + (_0) = (0_) ] [ (_0) + (0_) = (0_) ] [ (0_) + 3 = (0_)3 ] [ 3 + (_0) = 3 ] [ (_0) + 3 = 3 ] [ 3 + (0_) = (0_)3 ] [ (0_)  (0_) = (_0) = 0 ] [ (_0)  (_0) = (_0) = 0 ] [ (0_)  (_0) = (0_) ] [ (_0)  (0_) = (0_) ] [ (0_)  3 = (3) ] [ 3  (_0) = 3 ] [ (_0)  3 = (3) ] [ 3  (0_) = 3 ] [ (0_) X (0_) = (_0) = 0 ] [ (_0) X (_0) = (_0) = 0 ] [ (0_) X (_0) = (_0) = 0 ] [ (_0) X (0_) = (_0) = 0 ] [ (0_) X 3 = (0_)(0_)(0_) = (0_3) ] [ 3 X (_0) = (_0) ] [ (_0) X 3 = (_0) ] [ 3 X (0_) = (_0) ] [ (0_) ÷ (0_) = 1 ] [ (_0) ÷ (_0) = (_0) = 0 ] [ (0_) ÷ (_0) = (_0) = 0 ] [ (_0) ÷ (0_) = (_0) = 0 ] [ (0_) ÷ 3 = (_0) = 0 ] [ 3 ÷ (_0) = (_0) = 0 ] [ (_0) ÷ 3 = (_0) = 0 ] [ 3 ÷ (0_) = ∞ ] [ (0_)(0_)(0_) ÷ 3 = 1 ] [ (0_3) ÷ 3 = 1 ] [ (0_)(0_)(0_) ÷ 1 = 3 ] [ (0_3) ÷ 1 = 3 ] [ (0_) + (0_) +1 = (0_)(0_) + 1 = (0_2) + 1 = (0_2)1 ] coupdetat.net (2009.03.28)

Nobody knows. It might just be the recipe for the perfect cheesecake.

ZERO. OMG.

itself

What is it when an idiot can't divide zero by zero?

When it is part of another number, like 100 divided by 10.

It can be any negative or positive finite number, or it can be zero.

Zero cannot be divided by itself. Nothing can be divided by zero. Wikipedia has the answer though: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Division_by_zero

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Zero. This is my kind of math question!

Best way to answer your question is to ask the question "What is zero?"

If it's a limit then you have to solve it by eliminating the equal elements of the compounds in the numerator and the denominator, but if it's not a limit then there is no answer for it and you have to leave it the same way it is writen, 0/0.

0/0=0

nothing, it dose not compute

undefined

Perhaps 0/0 explains existence! Joking... Any number divided by itself equals 1, right? so 0/0 must equal 1. Although, the reverse (0x0) would still equal 0, so its hard to say. How could the answer be "undefined"? Isn't there a logical answer to each and every question? Or is it okay every once in awhile to say "undefined" or "There is no answer to that question".

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infinte, 0 is every point and every point is 0 as native americans would say "everything is nothing and nothing is everything"

It's meaningless. Invalid. Indeterminate. Undefined. Nobody knows. The fact that you can say it and write it does not make it a meaningful expression. 0/0 is no more meaningful than the following: • What is a trapezoid divided by an isosceles triangle? • What is mauve divided by lavender? • What is a reindeer divided by a ukelele? • What is a math student divided by a sociopath? If you can answer those, then you should have no trouble answering 0/0.

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Most of the answerbag staff is currently working on that very thing. They'll get back to you. ;)

you just broke the world WAY TO FUCKING GO

No such number as zero standing alone.

Hey you just broke time asking that question, good one.

base 0 or base 1? even infinite bases, then you just get that power infinity, if you suppose to require power... would be exceding a variable and simply reducing a larger nonsense equation. All of math supposes, "everything comes from zero" to form a "set", which is sovergn, so, the fatty fat imploding planet is real and singular, nonstartrek entirely, yet is part of juvenille zero.

NaN. Stands for not a number.

Always Zero.

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