actually undefined is something not defined bt infinite is something having either a verly large value or very small value within someones reach ... e.g. for an atom infinite distance may be 1m but relative to us it is achievable i.e. infinite has a value (large or small) and is relative ..

It is like this:
The numerator is fine, but the denominator seems to be the crux of the matter.
If we take a number close to 0, say 0.1, and divide 1 by it, you get 10(1/0.1 = 1 ÷ 1/10 = 1 * 10/1 = 10). Let's get closer to zero, 1/0.0001 = 10000. So 1 /10^-10 = 10^10.

Therefore, the closer you get to zero, the bigger the number gets. That is why I believe that division by zero equals to infinity.

The most correct is Undefined (Undefined or Unlimited) with the symbol 8 in the direction of 90 degrees. (instead of 8 in the direction of 180 dedrajat).

0 is the wrong answer, because the answer to 0 will only be obtained if one of the numerator (0 / n) is the number 0.

If the denominator is 0 (n / 0), regardless of the number numerator certainly Undefined (Undefined)

1 more wrong. 1 obtained when the numerator divided by the exact same number by the denominator (n / n = 1, y / y = 1).

Error E in the calculator means, means justify Undefined. Remember, the symbol 8 in the direction of 90 degrees.

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TopNewestUndefined and unlimited, in my opinion, are different. Undefined has no solution, while unlimited is \(\infty\).

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Well, if it has multiple (infinite) values, wouldn't that mean that the value is

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Yes, but from this does not logically follow that there is no difference between undefined and unlimited.

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actually undefined is something not defined bt infinite is something having either a verly large value or very small value within someones reach ... e.g. for an atom infinite distance may be 1m but relative to us it is achievable i.e. infinite has a value (large or small) and is relative ..

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It is like this: The numerator is fine, but the denominator seems to be the crux of the matter. If we take a number close to 0, say 0.1, and divide 1 by it, you get 10(1/0.1 = 1 ÷ 1/10 = 1 * 10/1 =

10). Let's get closer to zero, 1/0.0001 =10000. So 1 /10^-10 =10^10.Therefore, the closer you get to zero, the bigger the number gets. That is why I believe that division by zero equals to infinity.

In your case though, 0/0 = 0/infinity = 0.Hope this is helpful.

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you all are right fabulous

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The most correct is Undefined (Undefined or Unlimited) with the symbol 8 in the direction of 90 degrees. (instead of 8 in the direction of 180 dedrajat).

0 is the wrong answer, because the answer to 0 will only be obtained if one of the numerator (0 / n) is the number 0.

If the denominator is 0 (n / 0), regardless of the number numerator certainly Undefined (Undefined)

1 more wrong. 1 obtained when the numerator divided by the exact same number by the denominator (n / n = 1, y / y = 1).

Error E in the calculator means, means justify Undefined. Remember, the symbol 8 in the direction of 90 degrees.

May the best answer I can enlighten you.

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She means \( \infty \) or \( undefined \)

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According to her, both are same I guess, that's why she said Undefined or Unlimited.

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