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Jul
7
revised Division by $0$
Clarification of second case and LaTexing format
Jul
7
suggested suggested edit on Division by $0$
Jul
7
revised Halmos on Definability and Luzin on Division by 0
added 95 characters in body
Jul
7
answered Halmos on Definability and Luzin on Division by 0
May
2
awarded  Scholar
May
2
comment How exactly does the response “infintely many” answer the question of “how many”?
Thanks for clearing up my confusion with the word forms @Hurkyl
May
2
comment How exactly does the response “infintely many” answer the question of “how many”?
But in reality there is only a finite amount of money in the world, correct?
May
2
accepted How exactly does the response “infintely many” answer the question of “how many”?
May
2
comment No difference between $0/0$ and $0^0$?
Would it be fair to say that the OP has fallen into the trap of putting an equals sign between two meaningless expressions? Once something is meaningless, equality no longer holds. You must use the context in which that expression was found to assign meaning, or lack thereof.
Apr
18
awarded  Student
Apr
18
comment How exactly does the response “infintely many” answer the question of “how many”?
How does this question help a student in middle school understand the nature of infinity?
Apr
18
asked How exactly does the response “infintely many” answer the question of “how many”?
Mar
5
answered Could somebody please help me prove this using the properties of real numbers introduced in elementary algebra?
Nov
14
awarded  Altruist
Nov
8
awarded  Investor
Nov
8
suggested suggested edit on Division by $0$
Oct
5
comment If “multiples” is to “product”, “_____” is to “sum”
How about: A "linear combination with a constant term" of 7 is a number that is the result of adding 7 to something?
Oct
5
answered “the product of the factors” versus “the factors of the product”
Oct
4
awarded  Talkative
Oct
4
awarded  Teacher