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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I had an elightening conversation with my calculus teach this past friday we were arguing whether X/0= infinity. we ran out of time, but i wasn't satisfied that when i came up this:

Assuming that ALL lines are in fact circles (Bye Bye Euclid)

and Infinity is an equal distance from all numbers.

Imagine a number line since All lines are circles the number line becomes a circle containing all numbers. Now knowing that infinity is an equal distance from a numbers, infinity can be expressed as the center of this circle.

The Problem I face is using this can you at least difine zero?

Assuming that ALL lines are in fact circles (Bye Bye Euclid)

and Infinity is an equal distance from all numbers.

Imagine a number line since All lines are circles the number line becomes a circle containing all numbers. Now knowing that infinity is an equal distance from a numbers, infinity can be expressed as the center of this circle.

The Problem I face is using this can you at least difine zero?