Q: What is a zero question?

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This question has already been answered. Zero divided by zero is zero itself. It is NOT equal to two.

It is not zero so the question is based on a false assumption.

Undefined: You cannot divide by zero

It is 1.92, exactly as in the question.

Zero is itself a digit so the question does not really make sense. However, the non-zero digits are older than zero. For example, consider the Roman number system which had no zero.

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This question has already been answered. Zero divided by zero is zero itself. It is NOT equal to two.

No. As a mathematical process, division by zero is not allowed. (for more on why, see the related question and link)

Question Hour comes first [11 am]. Then by noon Zero Hour begins.

If by the question you mean, What is zero divided by five, the answer is zero, and therefore 5 goes into 0 zero times.

Why am I wasting my time with such an obvious question? Multiplication Property of Zero! If you multiply anything by zero, the product is zero!

Not quite. Division by zero is not recognised as a mathematical process, so your question has in fact no meaning!

Yes. Zero is a number. I don't know how that is a religious and/or spiritual question in any way.

The answer depends on the part of the question that is missing.

This question makes zero sense.

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