What is 6 divided by 0?

1 Answer
Jul 12, 2016

Answer:

The value of expression with #0# in the denominator is undefined.

Explanation:

This expression has no value defined.

To prove that there is no such value let's assume that #6/0=x# for some real #x#.

If we multiplied such equality by #0# we would get:

#6=0xxx#

But this is not possible, because any real number multiplied by #0# is #0#

So our assumption that #6/0# has a real value led us to contradiction, which means that the assumption is false i.e. Expression #6/0# has no defined value.