Permalink Submitted by Girija Nair-Hart on January 13, 2017

First of all 0/0 is not equal to Zero.
It is 'indeterminate'. For example, think about 5*0/0, 10*0/5*o....
If there is a way to remove the 'thing' that is causing the 0's in the numerator and the denominator you will be able to find the 'vale' of the indeterminate form

## Calculus

First of all 0/0 is not equal to Zero.

It is 'indeterminate'. For example, think about 5*0/0, 10*0/5*o....

If there is a way to remove the 'thing' that is causing the 0's in the numerator and the denominator you will be able to find the 'vale' of the indeterminate form