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Q: Why does n divided by 0 equals 0?

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0 divided by15 = 0 15 divided by 0 is undetermined ( infinite)

0 divided by 5 equals 0. 5 divided by 0 equals undefined, not 0.Any number divided by 0 is undefined.

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0 divided by15 = 0 15 divided by 0 is undetermined ( infinite)

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0 divided by 5 equals 0. 5 divided by 0 equals undefined, not 0.Any number divided by 0 is undefined.

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Answer: you can not divide 0 with its self or any other number. Answer: Since ANY number times 0 = 0, the inverse operation is not defined. It is know that that allowing a division by zero - even if it is 0 / 0 - leads to all kinds of errors. Answer: While your logic is well founded...under your logic 0 divided by 0 does indeed equal n but that does not mean that 0 divided by 0 equals every number...in fact n is an undefined variable that means absolutely nothing (even though you are trying to define it as every number) and math tells us that anything divided by zero (including 0 itself) does not exist or cannot be defined

n = 19

If 5n = 0 then n = 0, and any number of n's = 0.6n = 0

n=24

N=20

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