# Division By Zero

3/3 3/2 3/1 3/0 3/-1 3/-2 3/-3

Creates a limit graph where result is y axis and denominator is x axis.

1. The smaller the denominator approaching zero the larger the number we get (positive or negative)

The closer to the denominator of zero we get in from negative to zero the closer we approach negative infinity

The closer to the denominator of zero we get in from positive to zero the closer we approach positive infinity

2. The larger the denominator the closer we get to a result of zero

3. There are no numbers which

My conclusion is that 0 isn't undefined but rather means there is no object which we are dealing with.

As we keep dividing something up it gets smaller but it never goes away; in for example 12/3 we keep getting more and more so we approach infinity.

But in neither dividing something up more nor taking more of something do we ever get zero (ignoring physics).

12/3=4 3*4=12 what we are doing with division and multiplication is denominator=# of parts in a whole; numerator=how much of parts in the whole.

So if we do 4 parts of 3 parts of a whole we get a non-whole number.

If we as for 0 parts of a whole we get nothing 0/3=0 ; if we say there are no parts of a whole we get n/1; if we say there is no whole we get n/0=0

If we as for 0 parts of a whole we get nothing 0/3=0 ; if we say there are no parts of a whole we get n/1; if we say there is no whole we get n/0=0

n/0 is always 0 not x; so n*0=0 and n/0=0 not n/0=x is automatically solved

Apparetnly this is wrong according to mathmatictians; though at this moment I remain unconvinced.