We know that anything divided by zero is 'undefined' or equal to infinity. Is it not possible to define in anyway such indeterminate quantities? The concept of zero basically refers to 'nothingness' or 'void', but that indeed has utmost importance in writing numbers. If you consider a general number line, we can position the zero at any given reference point and the negative and the positive integers follow suit either way of the line till infinity. Is there actually any absolute zero quantity and does infinity ever tend toward finite grounds?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Zero and Infinity

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