It's a commonly known fact that one does not simply divide by zero. There are many mathematical proofs on the Internet and on Brilliant that are flawed due to dividing by zero, such as proving that 1+1=1. But if we aren't allowed to divide by 0, shouldn't we not be allowed to divide by infinity?
When you type in on wolfram alpha, contrary to popular belief, the answer isn't 0, but rather it's indeterminate.
let me show what I mean
What... There are two results, but how can this be.
How about this:
So my question to you is "why is dividing by allowed but dividing by 0 is not)