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Anything x 0 equals 0
Because anything times zero equals zero, lol
if you are going to give away something to someone there must be someone to take it
here's another way of thinking about it 3*2 = 3 + 3 = 6 3*4 = 3 + 3 + 3 +3 = 12 right? so it is just the first number added to itself, the second number of times so for 1 * 0 you are trying to add 1 zero number of times
It's just complicated stuff
Hey what about me?
but then why is infinite times 0 undefined?
I answered first
I have read the code of conduct and direct answers are not allowed. So technically you should be banned @The_Beast_Eli
Just annything x 0 EQUALS 0!!!!
because you are trying to add infinity to itself zero times infinity by itself is not a concrete number
No-one reads it
and I am explaining it
you said you read it when you made this account.
But we take infinity 0 times so basically we don't even take anything so it should be 0
here is a better explanation for why the times zero rule does not apply to intinifty http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/28940/why-is-infinity-multiplied-by-zero-not-an-easy-zero-answer "The problem is that the laws of addition and multiplication you are using hold for natural numbers, but infinity is not a natural number, so these laws do not apply. "
It said "I will give help, not JUST give direct answers"!
@curtain do you get what I was saying?
The stuff in the link is making me dizzy.
lol sorry the main point was that infinity is not a defined number to begin with so timesing it by zero just makes it weirder - can't force something that was not a defined number to magically become a number
but whatever the number is 0 times of that number means we don't even take it into sum like we did in 3*2 we took the number 3, two times so we got 3+3=6 but if we don't even take any number then it should be 0.
but infinity is not really a number
does it matter?
it does because you can only really add and subtract and multiply and divide "natural" numbers infinity is a concept of a number it is an idea of an impossibly large number and because it is a concept/idea - and not an actual number. the rules of "natural" numbers do not always apply to it :-/
but integers like -1,-2.. which are not natural numbers can be added right?
aye my bad .-. I meant natural numbers as in number that have a tangible value