Hi I was having a debate with some guys, and anyhow they were saying 0 divided by infinity is 0, and I said that it was undefined. Whose correct? Also, they said infinity divided by a number, say 2, is not infinity, that that is undefined, and I said the number is still infinity. I don;t know. Just wondering. Would you agree that 0 and infinity are not really numbers? thanks.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Infinity and Zero

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