Ok people. Time for some neat facts about dividing by zero.
The laws of math say that IF it were possible to divide by zero, 1+1=1. *****
They also say that 2 is defined as 1+1
Therefore, if you could divide by zero, 2 DOES NOT EXIST.
So there would be no 2, or any other numbers greater than one.
That means that there can be no more than one of anything. The universe would need to consist of a single particle, and no more than one force acting on that particle.
So, if you divide by zero, WE'RE ****** .
in my opinion, deviding by zero just result in infinity. example: A box has a volume of 5 square feet. You want to put objects in it, but don't know how many will fit. Each object has a length of 1 foot, width of 1 foot, and depth of 0 (crazy i know but just accept), therefore the volume of the objects is 0. You devide 5 feet by 0 and find that since they have no volume, you can put in an infinite amount!!!
I don't pretend to actually understand the reasoning behind "The Rules". Your logic seems to make sense in a theoretical scenario, but I really don't know.
In that case it would be 0 and 1 at the same time, but it is represented as "undefined"
0/0 can be expressed as 0 x 1/0, which is the same as 0^1x0^-1, or, simplified, 0^0
any number elvated to the 0th power is 1, and 0 elevated to any power is 0, and since a number can't have more than one real value, we express it as undefined