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No, seriously, when taking the limit of the expression 0/x as x approaches 0, from both directions, you realize that there were no solutions before or after. Thus the limit cannot exist, an thus an answer is not being approached.
I think someone already used an elaborate explanation....
0/x actually does have a limit: 0
I meant x/0, my bad... let the trolls rape me...
the limit (as x > 0) of the numerator N(x) divided by the limit
(as x >0) of the denominator D(x). If N(x) approaches zero "faster" than
D(x) the ratio is zero. If D(x) approaches zero "faster" than N(x) the ratio
approaches infinity. They may approach zero at different, but finite, rates.
If they approach zero "at exactly the same rate" you have to apply the
test again. The rule(s) for determining the limit of a function of the form: N(x) / D(x) is called L'Hopital's rule, also spelled L'Hospital's rule
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0 x 0= 0, 0/ 0= 0
1 x 0= 0, 0/ 0= 1
n x 0= 0, 0/ 0= n
1/ 0 = error, 0 x (no possible values)= 1
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