DIVISION & ZERO
n/0 where n is nonzero is undefined, but is arguably equal to "infinity." 0/n where n is nonzero is defined and is always equal to zero. 0/0 is indeterminate and can be shown to be equal to any number, hence we'd also say it's undefined. This graphical display "explains" 0/0 : http://www.friesian.com/calculus.htm#zero ************************************************************Visit Ian Williams Goddard ------> http://Ian.Goddard.net