1. what is Zero Devided by zero?  Reply With Quote

2. Result of function is undefined.  Reply With Quote

3. there has to be some solution in the universe  Reply With Quote

4. Imagine it this way.

You hold nothing in your hand. You try to divide what you hold in your hand by nothing. It is impossible! Therefore, like ChimpFace9000 said, the result of the function is undefined.  Reply With Quote

5. 0 / 0 = everything becuase everything * 0 = 0  Reply With Quote

6. Oh dear, this is gonna get very maths heavy. If you're interested in the various kinda of infinities, and 'transfinite numbers' then check the thread entitled 'maths question' or something, where Guv and Sam have been discussing it.

If I remember right, 0/0 is actually undefined. It's sort of... meaningless.  Reply With Quote

7. BTW I satrted the math question, so I'm pretty updated with that, and I guess there really is no real answer  Reply With Quote

8. ## 1

I'm gonna say it's 1.

I'm not gonna get into any arguments backing it up though.

Basicly the answer you get depends on the sum you used to get 0/0, by far the simplest sum is the limit of x/x as x->0(Keep working out x/x for smaller and smaller values of x as no matter how samll we make x the answer will be 1 we can say that the answer is 1)

but as you could also get it for 2x/x or Tan(x)/Sin(x) ln(1-x)/x^2 or whatever (which give answers 2,1 and infinity) then we can pretty much say it's anything. fortunatley if you actually need an answer then you will have a formula for getting it so you'll get an answer.

but 1 is if you like the simplest answer.  Reply With Quote

9. ## 0 / 0 = 0

imagine this example:

you have no apple.
and you have no friends.
how much apples get every friend???

========> 0  Reply With Quote

10. ## Undefined

In simpler words, 0/0 = anything for anything times 0 = 0.
But in superior maths, you can approximate an answer dividing the derivate functions. Then, 0/0 can be 0, 1, a finite number or infinity.  Reply With Quote

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