I am a Civil Engineer so I have some college education in mathematics and Calculus. But I am also an old fart so it has been quite a few years since my head had to use this stuff seriously (my work never required it). I tell you this so that you know I am a partial dummy and not a total dummy. As a believer in God, I am asking this question to relate to a theological question (i.e. Creation Ex Nihilo, creation out of nothing). As you know, the smaller you make a denominator/divisor "B", the larger the answer "A": C/B = A ---->Value A increases as value B decreases Hence as B approachs "zero," value A becomes massively large, relatively speaking. IF B = "0" is to create an "undefined" answer on your calculator. However, is the "undefinable result" not actually the concept of "Positive Infinity" given C is a positive value, since "Infinity" is indeed an "undefinable" thing. ...since 0 is an "infinitely small," value 'A' must be infinitely "big." 1. Is this correct? X/0 = +INFINITY (where X is a positive value). 2. If so, is this then correct? IF X/0 = Infinity THEN, cannot we also say: (INFINITY) x (0) = X In such a case, X can be ANY finite value. This simple equation would therefore describe something Infinite creating something which is anything out of nothing. If this simple mathematical "logic" is not correct (as I suspect), help me understand why this is not correct. Thank you.