0 equals 2
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Make sense so far? In the numerator, I have changed the format, but it still equals zero because the (10-10) is zero, and anything multiplied by zero is zero. In the denominator, I have simply factored out a 10.
Next, the (10-10)s divide out to 1, so we can remove them:
Finally, the last simplifications:
Now of course, my opponent will cry out: "You can't divide by zero!", and to that I ask...why not?
When something is divided by zero, it is undefined. Not infinite. (When dividing 0 by 0, 0 could go into 0 either 3 times, or a million) It is "unknown" (because it can be any value) so we usually can't determine it. But in this case, I am giving a value to the equation. It doesn't matter how many times zero went into zero because the equation still holds true. The entire equation is mathematically sound because there is not a single step where the equation is unequal/untrue.
I thank my opponent for accepting and responding to this fun little debate.
MCMinecraft269 forfeited this round.
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