Please look at earlier discussions using the search bar above to find information about mathematical fallacies like these. Also, your misuse of parantheses makes me weep.

Not to criticize you, but I don't think a mathematician would be satisfied with a fact without knowing what is behind that fact. Telling why 0/0 is not defined would help a lot more than simply saying it isn't.

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TopNewestPlease look at earlier discussions using the search bar above to find information about mathematical fallacies like these. Also, your misuse of parantheses makes me weep.

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you are a very great person.

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Here's my reply to the exactly same proof: 0/0=2???

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but i had just make 0 as 100-100

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i dont know this is right or wrong

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Man, 0/0 is not defined.

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Not to criticize you, but I don't think a mathematician would be satisfied with a fact without knowing what is behind that fact. Telling why 0/0 is not defined would help a lot more than simply saying it isn't.

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if we went wrong then write.......

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