<![CDATA[About 0/0]]>There is a proof that \( \frac{0}{0}\) is indeterminate because:
If you divide 0 by tiny positive numbers approaching 0, the answers approach \(+♾\).
And If you divide 0 by big negative numbers approaching 0, the answers approach \(-♾\).
Then \( \frac {0}{0}\) is indeterminate because it can’t be \(+♾\) and \(-♾\) at the same time.
Assuming this is true, why can’t \( \frac{0}{0}\) be \(+-♾\)?
]]>https://forum.poshenloh.com/topic/296/about-0-0RSS for NodeTue, 09 Mar 2021 00:47:27 GMTTue, 07 Jul 2020 03:21:01 GMT60<![CDATA[Reply to About 0/0 on Sun, 12 Jul 2020 02:27:19 GMT]]>Hi @RZ923!
Well, that's a nice question and is a very deep concept. You can read about it here.
]]>https://forum.poshenloh.com/post/1441https://forum.poshenloh.com/post/1441Sun, 12 Jul 2020 02:27:19 GMT<![CDATA[Reply to About 0/0 on Tue, 07 Jul 2020 16:37:47 GMT]]>What would +-♾ mean anyway?
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