Regardless of what large number we’re dividing by our answer is **0** and by letting this large number increase (as much as we please, tending to infinity) the answer is still 0. Thus the ‘answer’ to your question is 0.

Is 0 0 undefined or infinity?, Similarly, expressions like 0/0 are undefined. But the limit of some expressions may take such forms when the variable takes a certain **value** and these are called indeterminate. Thus 1/0 is not infinity and 0/0 is not indeterminate, since division by zero is not defined.

Furthermore, What is the value of zero into infinity?, Therefore, **zero** times **infinity** is undefined. So, **zero** times **infinity** is an undefined real number. This is the definition of undefined. Therefore, **zero** times **infinity** is undefined.

Finally, What happens when you multiply zero by infinity?, **Zero multiplied** by **infinity** will be **Zero** itself. … When **zero** is **multiplied** by x where x tends to **infinity**, the answer will be **zero**. And when Y is **multiplied** by X where Y tends to **zero** and X tends to **infinity**, answer will be Indeterminate.

## Frequently Asked Question:

### What is the limit of infinity over zero?

A number, you’re done. A number **over zero** or **infinity over zero**, the answer is **infinity**. A number **over infinity**, the answer is **zero**. **0**/**0** or ∞/∞, use L’Hôpital’s Rule.

### What is the value of infinity by zero?

**Infinity** is not a real number, and even if it were, it wouldn’t be the answer to dividing something by **zero**. There is no number that you can multiply by 0 to get a non-**zero** number. There is NO solution, so any non-**zero** number divided by 0 is undefined.

### Is infinity times 0 indeterminate?

General laws of mathematics are not applicable to it. So if you multiply any number with **0**, you get **0**, but if you multiply **infinity** with **0**, you get an **indeterminate** form, because **infinity** itself is not determined yet…

### What is infinity over infinity?

Therefore, **infinity divided by infinity** is NOT equal to one. Instead we can get any real number to equal to one when we assume **infinity divided by infinity** is equal to one, so **infinity divided by infinity** is undefined.

### Can you multiply infinity by 0?

In actuality, when any number (including **zero**) is **multiplied** with **infinity**, then the results are always undefined. Therefore, **zero times infinity** is undefined. So, **zero times infinity** is an undefined real number. This is the definition of undefined.

### What happens when you multiply a number by infinity?

Any **number multiply** by **infinity** is **infinity** or indeterminate. 0 **multiplied** by **infinity** is the question. Answer with proof required.

### Can you set infinity to zero?

**Zero** times **infinity** equals **zero**. … **You** may think it’s indeterminate because **infinity** times anything is **infinity**, but **zero** times anything is **zero**. But **we** have to look at it more precisely. When **you** ask about **infinity** times **zero**, literally, **you** are adding **zero an infinite** number of times.

### Is 0 times infinity indeterminate?

In multiplying **0** by **infinity**, **infinity** is the multiplier and **0** is the multiplicand. So multiplying **zero** infinite number of **times** will give the product **zero**. … Therefore, **Zero** multiplied by **infinity is zero**, not **indeterminate**.

### What is the value of zero upon infinity?

Regardless of what large number we’re dividing by our answer **is 0** and by letting this large number increase (as much as we please, tending to **infinity**) the answer is still 0. Thus the ‘answer’ to your question **is 0**.

### Is 0 0 undefined or infinity?

Similarly, expressions like 0/0 are undefined. But the limit of some expressions may take such forms when the variable takes a certain **value** and these are called indeterminate. Thus 1/0 is not infinity and 0/0 is not indeterminate, since division by zero is not defined.

### What is the limit of infinity over zero?

A number, you’re done. A number **over zero** or **infinity over zero**, the answer is **infinity**. A number **over infinity**, the answer is **zero**. **0**/**0** or ∞/∞, use L’Hôpital’s Rule.

### What is infinity divided by zero?

Working with **infinity**/0 is a delicate matter. First of all the operation of division of s by t to yield s/t is only valid if s and t are numbers, and t is not **zero**. Thus **infinity**/0 is a problem both because **infinity** is not a number and because division by **zero** is not allowed.

### Is 0 an undefined number?

Loosely speaking, since division by **zero** has **no** meaning (is **undefined**) in the whole **number** setting, this remains true as the setting expands to the real or even complex **numbers**.

### Is undefined the same as infinity?

What is the difference between **Infinity** and **Undefined**? **Undefined** means, it is impossible to solve. **Infinity** means, it is without bound.

### Does zero mean infinity?

The concept of **zero** and that of **infinity** are linked, but, obviously, **zero is** not **infinity**. Rather, if we have N / Z, with any positive N, the quotient grows without limit as Z approaches 0. Hence we readily say that N / 0 **is infinite**. … So we say that 0/0=0, even though we cannot justify the arbitrary change in rules.

### What is zero divided infinity?

Regardless of what large number we’re **dividing** by our answer is **0** and by letting this large number increase (as much as we please, tending to **infinity**) the answer is still **0**. Thus the ‘answer’ to your question is **0**.

### Is 0 divided by infinity indeterminate?

Thus as x gets close to a, **0** < ^{f}^{(}^{x}^{)}/_{g}_{(}_{x}_{)} < f(x). … Thus ^{f}^{(}^{x}^{)}/_{g}_{(}_{x}_{)} must also approach zero as x approaches a. If this is what you mean by “**dividing** zero by **infinity**” then it is not **indeterminate**, it is zero.