Jeff Cook's number system

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X/0 can be defined...

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A number divided by zero can be defined by extending it to a function q (x), whose limit is zero as it approaches infinity, whose first value is equal to q (2) (± pi) or q (2) (± log (-1)), considering epi = -1

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Definitive Theorem:

A number divided by zero can be defined by extending it to a function q (x), whose limit is zero as it approaches infinity, whose first value is equal to q (2) (± pi) or q (2) (± log (-1)), considering epi = -1

Jeff Cook
This doesn't make sense to me are you defining x/0 to be a function q(x)? Can you explicity state what q(x) is or is it just any arbitrary function with a limit of 0 as x approaches infinity? I don't understand what you mean by "whose first value is equal to q (2) (± pi) or q (2) (± log (-1)), considering epi = -1 "
 
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indeed 0/0 = 1. and the moon is made of green cheese. and 2 buck chuck is good cheap wine.
 

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