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why 1/ 0 = infinitive

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u cant divide by zero so so it not a real solution
why we cant divide by zero?
there is nothing that gives you the answer dividing by zero

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In the natural numbers, integers and real division by zero does not have a defined value, because for every number n, the product N* 0 = 0, so that the 0 has no multiplicative inverse. In other mathematical bodies may exist divisors of zero, however, they appear when the zero is the dividend, not a divider.
you could also think of it like this 0 multiplied by what number gives you 1 and the answer is none so there is nothing you can divide by zero that gives you 1
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x power 0 = 1 how come?
It is the Definition of Zero Exponents\[a ^{0}=1, a \neq0\]
can u proof it?
I can not prove. It is given in algebra as a rule. To find the proof would mean hanging out in the science library of a state college and finding a good book or two.

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