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@Callisto @TuringTest please help ...

0/0 is not undefined...it is indeterminate

indeterminate

what that does mean actually? @lgbasallote

this is not an easy question to answer
it has to do with different ways you can approach this limit

the value cannot be determined...thus INdeterminate

Oh no problem @TuringTest , I understand the problem
@lgbasallote thanks a lot

Well @mathslover Recommend this site ..
how to use this?

already sent him info on indeterminate

\[\lim_{x\to0}\frac{x^2}x=0\]etc.
it would be an "inconsistent formal system"

@SUROJ (0/0) is not undefined

undefined is x/0

@lgbasallote why x/0 is undefined? curious

nope

i think the best term for 0/0 is indeterminate..

I meant "indeterminate" when I said "indefinite" :/
so do you say that 1/0 is indeterminate or not?

no i would say its not indeterminate because we know the limit of 1/x as x->0 is infinity

1/0 is not indeterminate

ok I agree with that
just making sure we're all on the same page

the indeterminate forms are:
0/0
inf/inf
0*inf

1/0 is complex infinity

0^0 debated at times

\(0^0\) is also undetermined..

yep

indeterminate*

see how the mayan's gave mathematicians more to debate about?

there are 7 indeterminate forms in nature

just check wolfram mathworld.

mathematicians debate whether or not \(0^0=1\) or not
Euler, for instance, thought it did

0/0, infinity/infinity, 0^infinity, 1^infinity, 0^0, infinity^0, infinity-infinity

if 0^0 =1 then 0/0 = 1 also

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Indeterminate.html

*some* mathematicians - I meant above...

it is just very debated ti this day is all
I generally treat it as undefined as well

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yeh. my math professor is one of those who thinks the same way. but she teaches it as indeterminate

It makes more sense to me as well, I'm just pointing out the discrepancy out there...

trust me, it does to me also

btw the limit of x^x as x->0 is 1 , which i believe is a strong argument for equating 0^0 to 1

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