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>Anything divided by zero is not infinity because 'muh undefined'

t.pic related

Relly activates my almonds.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheel_theory
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>thinking Lim->0 = 0
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>>9346585
>meme algebraic structures
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>>9346581
So is 0/0 positive or negative infinity?
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>>9347585
define "meme algebraic structure"
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>>9347613
Algebraic structure that is a meme
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>>9347609
[eqn]-\infty = +\infty[/eqn]
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>>9347609
it's 1
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>>9347609
>So is 0/0 positive or negative infinity?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_dilemma

A false dilemma is a type of informal fallacy in which something is falsely claimed to be an "either/or" situation, when in fact there is at least one additional option.[1]
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>>9347613
Structure that is algebraic and a meme
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>>9347632
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>>9347630
no
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>>9346581

What you are thinking about is gradually making a divisor smaller until the numerator gets huge, this would be more like (lim x->0) y/x = infinity.

But this is not the same as y/0, which is kind of logically equivalent to trying to split y into zero parts. Doesn't make sense.
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>>9347615
>>9347613

Is it a meme with an algebraic structure? I.e. a single meme with a set of subconcepts that have some notion of endomorphism?

Or a set of meme that are related via some operation?

Maybe a category of memes with morphisms that contain or preserve some conceptual data.

Like for example the original pepe meme can be embedded into the class of new pepes. Maybe memes that involve both pepe and the feels guy is some sort of quotient of the coproduct (pepe+feels)
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>>9348026
-(...3 2 1 0 -1 -2 -3...) = ... -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3...
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>>9346581
1/0=1
1/0.1=10
1/0.01=100
1/0.0...01=100...

Shouldn’t that mean 1/0=infinite

-1/1=-1
-1/0.1=-10
-1/0.01=-100
-1/0.0...01=-100...

But this means that 0/0 equals -infinite and infinite at the same time.
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>>9349170
You need to have watched at least five numbphile videos to post on this board.
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>>9349186
numberphile vid on wheel theory when?
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>not working in projective spaces
kys plebs
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>>9348709
It's an object in the category of all memes
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>>9349170
>But this means that 0/0 equals -infinite and infinite at the same time.
Excuse me?
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>>9348034
>>9349153
>>9349170
Brainlets get out




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