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1. (Original post by theBOON)
Complex numbers can be extended to a "wheel" in which case division by zero returns a numeric value.

Also in computer arithmetic division by zero returns a value.
True. But you didn't say that. You said using the complex numbers you could.
2. 0/0?

It's 6.

Definitely 6.
3. (Original post by tommm)
0/0?

It's 6.

Definitely 6.
xkcd (And Rain Man for that matter)
4. Clearly you are uneducated in the ways of the single greatest mathematician of our time; some moron maths teacher from Berkshire
lmao
5. In the limit as tends to zero,

note that this is different to

which doesn't actually equal anything at all
6. (Original post by SimonM)
xkcd (And Rain Man for that matter)
Wow. I didn't actually read Friday's xkcd until about a minute ago. The fact that I quoted it exactly is a complete coincidence. (I've never seen Rain Man, either.)
7. (Original post by tommm)
Wow. I didn't actually read Friday's xkcd until about a minute ago. The fact that I quoted it exactly is a complete coincidence. (I've never seen Rain Man, either.)
If you get the chance, do

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