Is the problem with dividing by zero recognizing different infinities?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

to me 1/0 is clearily a infinitely large number(x).

and 2/0 should be 2x.

so x *0=1 assuming for examples sake(0/0=1)

so 2x*0=2

I guess for this to work some abstract value of infinity must be defined in the beginning.

Please note I am just trying to get a better grasp on the problem of division by zero.

P.S. is there a system of measuring values of infinity already?

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# Is the problem with dividing by zero recognizing different infinities?

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