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Now correct me if I'm wrong. Gravitational singularity is when It has a defined mass but no volume and the equation for density is d=m/v. If a blackhole's mass is say 10^40 yottagrams
and its a singularity so it has no volume = 0. How can it have infinite density if the equation is (10^40 yottagrams)/0 wouldn't that be undefined density?
and its a singularity so it has no volume = 0. How can it have infinite density if the equation is (10^40 yottagrams)/0 wouldn't that be undefined density?