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8: ∞

10^{-∞} =^{?} 0

0.00000(infinite amount of zeros)00001

if you have 0.0000 followed by an infinite amount of zeros, before the 1, do you ever *get* to the 1?? if so, then 10^{-∞} does equal zero, or at least extremely close to it. and so it would seem logical that if you devide a number by infinity, you'd also get zero.

thus:

(let N = any positive real number)

∞ * (N/∞) = N

N / ∞ = (N/∞)

N / (N/∞) = ∞

N ≈ 0

N / 0 = ∞

N / ∞ = 0

∞ * 0 = N

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