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Differential Calculus

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prove that 0/0=infinite

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26 Apr 2012 13:49:34 IST
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It is not infinite, it is indeterminate.

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yup its indeterminate....

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0/0 is indeterminant but some of this forms like lim as x--->0 tan x/sin xif you directly substitute you will get your 0/0 otherwise you can simplify by 1/cos x= sec x=1

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