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explain why 0/0=undefined.

Mathematics
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oh! no
why?
Leads to inconsistency...

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Prove 0=1 etc
i can't understand
if 0/0 is defined, 0*0/0=0*1/0. i.e: 0=1. satisfied , sritama?
yes.thanks
U can "talk about" 0/0 in analysis for limit purposes
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I was, once....
I am retired...
professor?
No, it was not my career..I did for a few years only....
so, what do u do now? besides solving prolems, i mean
Retirement is full-time,lol
I study math, do 3D graphics, some other things...
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why?
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u r putting some questions that can take even a scientist off guard
Someone has to ask these questions, philosophy is cool...
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so why is 0/0 undefined; but 0! is defined, yet 0^0 is undefined ?? is my question. why do we define indeterminate forms for some aspects and not others?
Convenience.
thats what i thought :) \[\frac{d}{dx}(x) = 1x^0 \] is considered a special case becasue its tabboo to have x^0
I didn't know that, I would have probably said it was 1 if asked.
me too

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