I thought it was equal to 0 = -1, in that case there is no solution for P, or it is no reals.That equation is equivalent to $$6=5$$ which is false regardless of the value of $$P$$.
All false statements are equivalent.I thought it was equal to 0 = -1, in that case there is no solution for P, or it is no reals.
All false statements are equivalent.
Starting from anything false (like (0 * P) + 6 = 5), you can conclude anything at all (eg 6=5, 0=-1, or even "Your mama's not fat.")
Ew, I need to scrub my eyes.(0*(-∞))+6 = -1 + 6 = 5
Ew, I need to scrub my eyes.
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Who can help me solve this problem:
(0 * P) + 6 = 5
Make P the subject of the formular. Thank you.
And $$\frac{-1}0$$ does not exist. It is NOT $$-\infty$$; it simply does not exist.that's if you're trying to solve for P. you get P = -1/0
And $$\frac{-1}0$$ does not exist. It is NOT $$-\infty$$; it simply does not exist.
Sorry, his equation was correct. Anything except zero, when divided by zero equals infinity with the appropriate sign. 0/0 and infinity*0(and their inverses) are undefined.And $$\frac{-1}0$$ does not exist. It is NOT $$-\infty$$; it simply does not exist.
Sorry, his equation was correct. Anything except zero, when divided by zero equals infinity with the appropriate sign.
$$\lim_{x\to0^-}\frac{-1}{x}=+\infty$$ whereas $$\lim_{x\to0^+}\frac{-1}{x}=-\infty$$ So $$\frac{-1}{x}$$ goes in different directions depending on which side of 0 we approach. Hence $$\lim_{x\to0}\frac{-1}{x}$$ does not exist.What do you mean by "exist"? How do you define it?
You are right in that $$0/0$$ is not defined. But $$-1/0$$ is not $$-\infty$$ and neither is $$1/0$$ equal to $$\infty$$. This is an all too common mistake – and what’s more, people should stop writing things like $$-1/0$$ and $$1/0$$ and treating them as numbers (which they’re not).Sorry, his equation was correct. Anything except zero, when divided by zero equals infinity with the appropriate sign. 0/0 and infinity*0(and their inverses) are undefined.
Tex Tip:So since you say $$\frac{-1}{0} = -\infty$$.
Does that mean $$ -\infty x 0 = -1$$?