If the devision is a reversing of "times"(×) what is the meaning of 9÷0=? today my brother got the math HW, he states that if 9÷0=0 it means that 0×0=9. (Actually i told him that the "...
If the devision is a reversing of "times"(×)
what is the meaning of 9÷0=?
today my brother got the math HW, he states that if 9÷0=0 it means that 0×0=9.
(Actually i told him that the " something times is a reverse of division")
could you please explain why it can be 0×0=9 or not.
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The result of `9/0` is not 0 but infinity. `9/0 = oo` . Though this does not imply that `0*oo = 9` . Division by 0 is a unique case of division.
Think of it this way, when you...
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