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Dividing a number by 0 is not a valid arithmetic operation because division by 0 is undefined in mathematics. If you attempt to divide any non-zero number by 0, the result will be undefined. This is because dividing by 0 means asking "how many times does 0 fit into this number?" which does not makeRead more

Dividing a number by 0 is not a valid arithmetic operation because division by 0 is undefined in mathematics.

If you attempt to divide any non-zero number by 0, the result will be undefined. This is because dividing by 0 means asking “how many times does 0 fit into this number?” which does not make sense.

Mathematically, we can say that the limit of x/0 as x approaches 0 from either direction is undefined, since the result will approach infinity for positive values of x and negative infinity for negative values of x.

In summary, it is not possible to divide any number by 0, and attempting to do so will result in an undefined value.

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