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Division By Zero
2015-06-14  06:39 PM PST

Division by zero is possible because the only exception to the commutative property in multiplication is the number zero. With zero, it does matter which number is multiplying which number:


0x5=5 (5 is being multiplied by nothing, and thus stays 5)
5x0=0 (0+0+0+0+0=0)

FOR EXAMPLE:
Say you have 5 dollars, and if you multiply that five dollars by
0 months (or nothing), you still have that original 5 dollars. But now, let's say you have 0 dollars (or nothing), and if you multiply that by 5 months, you'll still have 0 dollars.

AND THUS:
5/0=5 (5 is being divided by nothing, and thus stays 5)
0/5=0 (0-0-0-0-0=0)

BECAUSE:
5/0=5 0x5=5
0/5=0 5x0=0

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