Hi everyone, I'm Pre-Calc here and have a question about a concept that is troubling me. I know that anything divided by zero is undefined. However, I'm not sure why this is or what we even mean by it. To me, the more intuitive result would be that x/0 = x, instead of being undefined. If I imagine, say, a pizza pie and I divide it 0 times, then that would conceptually mean that I didn't divide it at all and I still have exactly what I started with (which is "x"). Am I like the only one who thinks that is more common sense? Instead, we're told the answer is "undefined," which I'm not sure of the meaning of. What does it even mean? We're just told in school that you can't divide by zero, but never why or what "undefined" means. So, how do we make sense of this? Am I the only one who thinks this is odd?