Originally Posted by Tech Explorer
The answer is there is no answer to your question. If this sounds like a nonanswer, let me explain. Multiplying any number by 0 yields 0, there is no number you can multiply by 0 to give you a nonzero answer. Finally dividing 0 by 0 gives you the entire real number line as an answer. That's why division by 0 is ruled out by mathematicians.
Aren't you glad you asked that question?
No am not glad i started this thread, course i can see people are being jerks about it.
i'm well aware that it's not possible to divide with 0. i just find this video to be interesting. that's it.
If you say multiplying with 0 gives you 0 course there are no nothing to multiply with, then why can't you say that dividing with 0 gives you 0 course there are nothing to divide with?
did you even watch it?
Originally Posted by setishock
0 is not infinity. It's nothing. A place holder in math formuals.
This thread is totally random.
There are arguments that suggest that dividing with 0 gives you infinity, but are counter suggested by the opposite negative infinity. did you watch the video? i find it a good video, so i wanted to share, and people bash me for it.