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Why is 0/0 "indeterminate" and 1/0 "undefined"?
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Given that, you can see the difference between 1/0 and 0/0. We say that 1/0 is undefined because there is no number c that satisfies 0c = 1. On the other hand, any number c satisfies 0c = 0 and there's no reason to choose one over any of the others, so we say that 0/0 is indeterminate.

 

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