Q: Is dividing by zero possible

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A positive integer divided by a positive integer always results in a positive quotient. It is not possible to divide by zero.

Adding or subtracting zero cant, multiplying or dividing by zero can.

No. Dividing by zero is undefined. It does not result in anything.

If the dividend is a positive integer (a whole number) then the possible remainders are 0 (zero) when the dividend is an even number and 1 when the dividend is an odd number.

One way is if the denominator becomes zero.

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no dividing by zero equals to 0

A positive integer divided by a positive integer always results in a positive quotient. It is not possible to divide by zero.

To divide a number by zero means the number will be unchanged, same as dividing by 1. Try dividing by zero on a calculator and you will get an undefined error message.

Adding or subtracting zero cant, multiplying or dividing by zero can.

Dividing by zero can cause all sorts of errors (like "proving" that 1 = 0), so division by zero is strictly avoided in modern math.

No. Dividing by zero is undefined. It does not result in anything.

Yes

If the dividend is a positive integer (a whole number) then the possible remainders are 0 (zero) when the dividend is an even number and 1 when the dividend is an odd number.

add a zero to the end (only if it'safter the decimal) and continue dividing

One way is if the denominator becomes zero.

Zero is not used as the divisor when dividing with the process of division.

dividing by zero. only smart people can do this so dont try it at home.