# How many bombs will show up when zero divide in Atari TOS?

# How many nuclear bombs does it take to blow up the Earth?

Nobody has ever had enough bombs to blow up the earth ! The figure that there are enough nuclear weapons to kill everybody on the earth 10, 20, 50, or however many times over is an entirely different issue (and is very speculative). It may have been true in the middle 1980s at the peak of th…e arms race, but since START was signed total number of weapons have fallen continuously. (MORE)

# What is zero divided by zero?

In ordinary mathematics, you may not divide by zero . It isconsidered undefined . Consider the two situations: For the inverse of multiplication 0/0 = a , a could be any number to satisfy a x 0 = 0. At the same time,division of any nonzero number, a /0 = b, there is nonumber a such that… b x 0 = a . --- In nearly every known algebraic structure, 0/0 is an undefinable term. This means that, based on the rules thatgovern most of the mathematical systems we use, there isn't justone, single, definable value for the term 0/0, and believe it ornot, the reason for this isn't because we're dividing by zero, it'sbecause the division relation is defined by another relation,multiplication. You see, when we talk about "divide," what wereally mean is "multiply by the inverse." For example, x/y actuallymeans, x*y-1 where y-1 is the inverse of y. The inverse of a numberis defined to be the number which, when multiplied by theoriginal number, equals one; e.g. x*x-1 = 1. Now, in the algebraicstructures we're all familiar with, any number multiplied by zerois defined to be equal to zero; e.g. 0*x = 0. So, usingthese definitions, what does dividing by zero, which actually meansmultiplying by the inverse of zero, equal? In other words, x*0-1 =? Well, to isolate x, you would need to cancel out 0-1, but how? Asanyone who's taken any sort of algebra knows, the method ofisolation in these cases would be to multiply 0-1 by 0 because, asstated above, x*x-1 = 1, therefore 0*0-1 = 1. But wait, didn't Ialso just say that 0*x = 0? That would mean that 0*0-1 = 0, whichwould mean that 0 = 1. That, my friends, is called a contradiction . Zero does not equal one; therefore the term0-1 can't be defined. This answer may seem unsatisfactory to some people. There's got tobe a way to work around this pesky contradiction, right? Actually,there is! In the branch of mathematics called abstract algebra,there exists an algebraic structure called a wheel which is required to have division defined everywhere within it.Therefore, in this particular algebraic structure, 0/0 must exist or else the structure isn't a wheel. But wait, 0/0 is undefined , right? How could you eversatisfy this requirement for a wheel then? That's easy; all you have to do is define it! Specifically,you give this quantity, 0/0, some specific algebraic properties,and then, if it ever comes up in an equation, you manipulate itwithin the equation using the properties you've given it. Isn'tthat convenient?! "Preposterous!" you may say. "You can't simply make something upwhich has no tangible or rational analogue, that's cheating!" Wellmy dear skeptic, may I direct your attention to the followinglittle marvel, â(-1), otherwise known as "the imaginary number," or i . That's right, I said imaginary , as in,"doesn't exist." You see, nothing multiplied by itself in our nicelittle world of mathematical rationality can possibly be a negativenumber. Unless, of course, you define something to be as such.Then...Presto! The absurd is now reality! Let's talk about imaginary numbers for a moment. Our newly definedyet still rather imaginary friend, i , was apparentlynot content on simply having a nice, comfy little existence withinthe realm of obscure mathematics, oh no no no. It decided to defylogic and become a fairly common number; popping up all over theplace, even in (you're going to love this) actual , real-life applications. For example, anyone who's ever donesome form of electromagnetic wave analysis, through the fields ofengineering, physics, etc., LOVES i and will gladlybow down and kiss its feet upon command (God blesse i (Ït-kr)). Why? Because of the very thoughtfulrelation that it's given to us known as "Euler's formula:"e i Î¸ = cos(Î¸) + i sin(Î¸). Step back aminute and look at that. The irrational, real number, e(2.71828...) exponentiated to the product of a real number, Î¸, andthe imaginary number, i , is equal to a simpletrigonometric expression involving two basic functions. In fact(you may want to sit down for this), if the value for Î¸ happens tobe Ï (3.14159...), another irrational, real number mind you, thetrigonometric expression on the right hand side of Euler's formulareduces to exactly -1. Let's write that out:e i Ï = -1. We call that "Euler's identity," althoughit should really be called, " THE MOST INCREDIBLE MATHEMATICALEXPRESSION, EVER! " But enough about i , let's get back to our newestfriend, 0/0. As stated earlier, the problem with 0/0 isn't the factthat we're dividing by zero, it's the fact that the divisionrelation is defined by multiplication. Well, how do we fix that?Simple! Change the definition of divide! Instead of x/y = x*y-1,it's now going to equal x*/y, where "/" is defined as a unaryoperation analogous to the reciprocal operation. OK, another quick aside. A unary operator is an operatorthat only needs one input to work. For example, you only need onenumber to perform the operation of negation. For instance, negatingthe number 1 is simply -1. This is opposed to a binary operator. Binary operators include many of the guys we're allfamiliar with; like addition, multiplication, subtraction, etc. Tomake this clearer, consider the addition operation. It would makeno sense to write 1 +. You need another number after the "+" tosatisfy the operation; 1 + 2, for example, hence the term binary . So, with our trusty new unary operator "/" in hand, we're going tolook at the number 0/0 again. 0/0 is no longer defined as 0*0-1like it was before. Now, it's defined as 0*/0, and in our world,not only does /0 â 0-1, but 0*x doesn't have to equal 0 either.Isn't abstraction fun?! Ok, so 0/0 is officially defined, now let'sgive it some properties! How about, x + 0/0 = 0/0 and x*0/0 = 0/0. Awesome! Why not go aheadand make a more general rule as well: (x + 0y)z = xz + 0y. OK!Well, we're certainly off to a good start, I'd say. I'll leave thecomplete derivation of the algebraic structure known as the wheel to the experts, please see the corresponding linkbelow. I'll end this answer with a final note for those who think thatthis entire concept of "defining the undefined" is ridiculous.Consider the following sets of numbers: The prime numbers, P ; the set of all real numbers with exactly twonatural number factors. The natural numbers, N ; the set of all integersgreater than or equal to 0. The integers, Z ; the set of all real numbers withoutremainders or decimals. The rational numbers, Q ; the set of all real numbersthat can be expressed as an integer divided by a non-zero integer. The irrational numbers, I ; the set of all realnumbers that aren't rational. Now consider this: The imaginary number, i , is undefined in I . The ratio pi, or Ï (3.14159...), is undefined in Q . The common fraction 1/2 is undefined in Z . All of the negative numbers, including -1, are undefined in N . The number 4 is undefined in P . Yet, these "undefined" numbers are hardly mysterious to us. We justbroadened our definition of definable to include the "undefined"ones, and life became good again. 0/0 is not quite, but nearly, thesame idea. -------------------------------------------------------- I once asked one of my professor lecturers at University this andhis answer was any value you want (or need). 0/0 is used as a limit in Calculus. Consider any curve y = f(x) Take a point (x, f(x)) on that curve. The slope of that point is the slope of the tangent at that point. The slope of the tangent is close to the slope of a small chordbetween the point (x, y) = (x, f(x)) and a point a small distance haway (x+h, f(x+h)), which can be found by: m = (f(x+h) -f(x))/((x+h) - x) = (f(x+h) - f(x))/h The smaller the value of h, the closer the chord is to the tangentand the closer the slope of the chord is to the slope of thetangent and thus the slope of the curve at that point. As h tends towards 0, f(x+h) tends towards f(x) and the expressionm = (f(x+h) - f(x))/h tends towards 0/0. In other words, 0/0 is the limit of (f(x+h) - f(x))/h as h tendstowards 0. But as this chord tends towards the tangent at the point (x, f(x))on the curve y = f(x), 0/0 must be the slope of the tangent. Clearly not every point of a non-linear curve has the same slope,thus 0/0 is any value you want (or need). As the chord tends towards having zero length (when h = 0), (f(x+h)- f(x))/h will tend towards a constant value, a limit, which is theslope of the tangent. The "trick" that calculus uses is that as h never reaches 0 buttends towards 0 it is possible to divide by h, and then see whathappens when h becomes 0, ie when the original expression became0/0, since (f(x+h) - f(x))/h = (f(x+0) - f(x))/0 = (f(x) - f(x))/0= 0/0 when h = 0. For example, take the curve y = xÂ³ - 2xÂ² + 5x + 3; what is thevalue of the slope of that line? slope = lim{hâ0} (f(x+h) = f(x))/h = lim{hâ0} ((x+h)Â³ - 2(x+h)Â² + 5(x+h) + 3 - (xÂ³ - 2xÂ² + 5x + 3))/h Expanding the brackets: = lim{hâ0} (xÂ³ + 3xÂ²h +3xhÂ² + hÂ³ - 2xÂ² - 4xh - 2hÂ² + 5x + 5h + 3 -xÂ³ + 2xÂ² - 5x - 3)/h Simplifying: = lim{hâ0} (3xÂ²h +3xhÂ² + hÂ³ - 4xh - 2hÂ² + 5)/h Since h â 0, it is possible to divide by h: = lim{hâ0} 3xÂ² +3xh + hÂ² - 4x - 2h + 5 Now the limit can be found by letting h = 0: = 3xÂ² - 4x + 5 Thus the slope of y = xÂ³ - 2xÂ² + 5x + 3 is given by m = 3xÂ² - 4x +5 at any value for x. This value m, which is normally written as f'(x) is the firstderivative of f(x), also written as dy/dx. The slope of any line y = f(x) is given by y = f'(x). (MORE)

# How do you divide by zero?

you can't. the answer would be undefined. You can divide zero by anything though. the answer to that would be zero.

# How many toes does the three-toed sloth have?

Six toes, six fingers. A two-toed sloth has six toes, four fingers..
It has three toes and three fingers

# How many legs does a three toed sloth have?

With an animal like a sloth, it's a toss-up whether you think of itas having two arms and two legs, or four legs, or simply as fourlimbs.

# Is zero divided by zero one or zero?

The answer is neither. You cannot divide by zero at all. The result of zero divided by zero, as with any other division by zero, is undefined.

# What is one divided by zero?

One divided by zero is an undefined operation, which leads to contradictions and nonsense. For this reason, division by zero is forbidden in arithmetic.

# What is the result of dividing a number by zero?

\nYou can not divide by zero - it is not defined. Presumably you get infinity, but there are different types of infinity.

# How many countries is Asia divided up into?

There is only one known country that is divided in Asia ( possibly the world ) is Korea.

# If zero divided by zero is undefined then how is zero divided by a whole number is zero?

if there is 0 in the numerator it is zero regardless. But if it's zero in the denominator and zero in the numerator then it is undefined in all such cases where the denominator equals zero.

# When you divide by zero the answer is always zero?

You cannot divide by zero. Zero is special in that it does not have a multiplicative inverse. There is a reason why you did not have to memorize division by 0 tables in the third grade. That is because you do not divide by zero. In analysis (advanced calculus), you may discuss the fact that the li…mit of 1/x as x approaches 0 is infinity, but this has nothing to do with ordinary arithmetic operations.The best example I can give is 0/0. .
Here are some examples A baseball player has never batted and he has no hits. What is his batting average? A basketball player has not taken any shots and he has not made any baskets, What is her field-goal percentage ? A student has no money so he invests nothing in a saving account. His annual interest in $0.00. What was the annual percentage interest rate for the account ? These examples all show why 0/0 is undefined and is surely not equal to 0 or 1 as a person might guess it could be.No. .
Division tells you how many times you can subtract a number before the result is zero, but if you subtract again, the result will not be zero; for example 12 Ã· 4 = 3 tells you that you can subtract 4 from 12 three times and you'll get zero: .
12 - 4 = 8 .
8 - 4 = 4 .
4 - 4 = 0 .
0 - 4 = -4 The fourth subtraction taking the result away from zero. No matter how many times you subtract zero from a non-zero number, it will remain as that number and you will never get to zero. Except You can subtract zero from zero and the result is zero always zero, but how many times can it be done? once, twice, three times, etc. zero divided by zero is any number you want! (MORE)

# Why can you not divide by zero?

You can't really do any order of operations with 0. You know 1+1=2. That's because 1 symbolizes something, as in it is there. 0 means nothing, so 0+0=0, is the same as saying Nothing plus Nothing equals Nothing! An internet answer would be that... Well, the universe would implode upon itself, re…sulting in total annihilation of everything that did, does, and ever will exist. (MORE)

# Can zero be divided by zero?

No. As a mathematical process, division by zero is not allowed. (for more on why, see the related question and link)

# Why isn't zero divided by zero either zero or one?

Consider the equation 0 times x = 0. This is true for every number x . Divide both sides by 0; we get x = 0/0. So zero divided by zero could be any number at all; it could be -42, or 273.15, or anything else. If we try to pick one value for 0/0, we will eventually get into trouble. …Examples: Say 0/0 = 1 = 1/1. Multiply the numerator of both sides by 3. Then (3 times 0)/0 = (3 times 1)/1. Therefore 0/0 = 3. Since 0/0 = 1, we get 1 = 3, which we really don't want, as all of our mathematics will become useless. Say 0/0 = 0. Then 0/0 = 0/1. Turn both fractions upside down. We get 0/0 = 1/0, but since 0/0 = 0, we get 0 = 1/0. Multiplying both sides by 0 gives 0 times 0 = 1, so 0 = 1, which we don't want either. The best thing to do is not to give 0/0 any value; we say 0/0 is undefined . Also we take x /0 to be undefined for every number x . (MORE)

# How did Atari screw up?

Bad games, bad graphics and to many cheap deals when it came to advertising of promoting. I remember a commercial that said you got a free Pac-Man with your ATARI 2600 VCS. And that game was downright terrible. This all led to the video game crash of 1983.

# How many bits was the Atari 2600?

8 bits. The central processor was the 6507, a slightly cut down version of the famous 6502 8-bit CPU.

# How many eyes does a pink toed tarantula have?

This remains one of nature's mysteries because nobody wants to get close enough to count.

# How many times can zero be divided?

The answer is None because 0 cannot be divided. .
I think the answer is just the opposite, infinity, because zero divided by any number is the real number zero.

# Can zero be divided?

No, zero cannot be divided. Zero is zero, or nothing. It is impossible to divide nothing into any number of parts. Mathematically, things are a bit different. Zero can be divided by other real numbers, but the answer is always zero. Zero divided by two is zero. Zero divided by minus twenty-two is z…ero. But note that zero cannot be divided by zero. Any division operation with zero as the divisor is undefined; the operation cannot be performed. (MORE)

# Why is zero divided by zero undefined?

Zero divide by zero is zero. Any number divided by zero is zero........ :) ex. ( 10/0= 0 )

# Is zero divided by ten equals zero?

Yes, zero divided by ten does equal zero. When zero is divided by any number, the result is zero.

# How many nuclears bombs to blow up the earth?

Do you mean - to kill everybody, or - to make the Earth disintegrate? It also depends on how big the bombs are and where they are placed.

# What is 9 divide by zero?

Anything divided by 0 is UNDEFINED thus its not possible e.g. x/0 = undefined x= any number

# What is thirtyseven divided by zero equal?

In mathematics, in almost all instances, you are not allowed to divide by zero, so the answer would be 'disallowed' or something similar. When you think about division in the most basic sense, it is the act of separating a quantity into a number of groups. So when you try to imagine separating 37… of something into zero groups, the equation does not make sense. (MORE)

# Should you divide by zero?

You cannot divide by zero. The answer would be undefined. .
Well, you wouldn't kill anyone by doing so, but you wouldn't accomplish anything either.

# What is x divided by zero?

even though is the variable, he identity property o zero states all numbers divided or multiplied by zero equal zero. Therefore, your answer is zero Ans 2 The answer above is just plain wrong. The identity for multiplication and division is 1. 5*1=1 5/1=1 . n times zero is zero n divided by zero …is undefined. If you try to sneak up on it the results get ever larger. For this reason division by zero is forbidden in math. We have all seen "proofs" that 1=2 or similar nonsense. This is done by algebraic manipulation with a division by zero cunningly hidden in it. (MORE)

# Zero divided by zero equals undefined?

If there is a number that zero is divided by zero then it's anerror. Look on your calculator. If you press in 0 divided by 0 thenthere would be a zero but the is an error on the side. And also anynumber that is divided by zero would be error because ofsomething...I forgot but yeah. And if your doi…ng an equation then you have an equation that isdivided by zero then your equation would be an indefiedequation. I hope that I helped. The first answer is a commonmisconception and the second answer is closer to being correct. Supp ose for example that we went with the first answerand sais 3/0 = infinity, then multiplying both sides by zero wouldgive 3 = 0*infinity and we could do the same for any othernumber. Clearly this is non-sensical and so we say anynumber divided by zero is undefined. (MORE)

# Is zero divided by zero equal to zero?

Actually 0/0 is undefined because there is no logical way to define it. In ordinary mathematics, you cannot divide by zero. The limit of x/x as x approaches 0 exists and equals 1 so you might be tempted to define 0/0 to be 1. However, the limit of x 2 /x as x approaches 0 is 0, and the limit …of x/x 2 as x approaches 0 does not exist . r/0 where r is not 0 is also undefined. It is certainly misleading, if not incorrect to say that r/0 = infinity. If r > 0 then the limit of r/x as x approaches 0 from the right is plus infinity which means the expression increases without bounds. However, the limit as x approaches 0 from the left is minus infinity. (MORE)

# What does it mean when a number with all zeros shows up on cell phone bill?

it means that the police are tracing your number in order to locate you/your phone by downloading a small software patch to you phone

# Why zero divided by zero is not 1?

A division is the answer to a multiplication problem. For example: (number) = 6 / 3 is the answer to: 2 times (number) = 6 What number do you have to replace here? There is exactly one solution, namely the number 3. 1 / 0 is equivalent to: (number) times 0 = 1. This has no solution. 0 / …0 is equivalent to: (number) times 0 = 0 This has infinitely many solutions; any real number will work. However, in both cases (non-zero divided by zero, and zero divided by zero), it has been shown that dividing by zero causes lots of errors (for example, you can "prove" that 0 = 1; meaning, you can "prove" almost anything, if you carelessly divide by zero). Therefore, division by zero is usually not considered an acceptable operation, especially in pure mathematics. (MORE)

# What does the when you divide zero joke?

Division by zero can cause serious problems in math. If you inadvertently divide by zero (usually dividing by an expression that may happen to be equal to zero), you may get wrong results. Some jokes on the Web allude to this.

# Can you divide zero by zero?

Yes, if we divide 0 by 0 the answer will be any number, because 0 times any number is 0.

# How many bombs would it take to blow up the sun?

To say how many nuclear bombs it would take to blow up the sun is almost impossible. Actually the sun is a continuously exploding thermonuclear bomb, that's where the energy comes from - fusion. It doesn't matter how many bombs you shot into the sun, it would just get hotter.

# How come zero divided by zero in not defined?

Any number divided by zero is undefined. This is true it is because you cannot divide something into zero groups (but you can put zero into an existing amount of groups, which is why zero can legally be divided by other numbers).

# How many babies do a two toed sloth have?

Hoffmann's two-toed sloths ( Choloepus hoffmanni ) usually have one child at a time, and never reproduce more than once every 15 months. The gestation period is about 11.5 months; the mother carries her young for six to nine months, after which they soon live independently.

# Why didn't divide by zero why what a reason?

For example, x = 1 / 0 is the same as solving x times 0 = 1. Since this is not true for any value of "x" (any number times zero is zero), the division is undefined.

# What is zero divided by 14?

zero divided by 14 is zero ( zero divided by anything other than zero is always zero/)

# Is a number divided by zero irrational?

That is not what mathematicians mean by an irrational number, which is a number with an infinitely long decimal expansion. You will note that since division is the inverse of multiplication, dividing by small numbers has the same effect as multiplying by large numbers, and so dividing by zero, which… is an infinitely small number, is equivalent to multiplying by infinity. The result in most cases is deemed to have no mathematical meaning. (MORE)

# Why is it you cannot divide a number by zero?

How many 1s are there in a zero? The 1 is higher than zero but there's no more numbers in the right and left (if you are in the other direction.). So let's try dividing 1 into zero. ______ 0| 1 But it is left not answered because zero is nothing and nothing cant be everything by itself. My Math… book says: When you divide a number by zero, it's meaningless. 8 divided by 0 = ? __?_____ 8| 0 . (MORE)

# Can gandhi divide by zero?

"Division by zero" is not something that some people can do and others not. It is an operation that doesn't make sense; if you don't pay attention and divide by zero in a problem, you often get wrong results.

# How many nuclear bombs does it take to blow up Pluto?

Cannot be answered as there are too many variables, only one of which is the yield of the bombs used.

# When a number is divided by zero is it a zero?

A number cannot be divided by zero: division by zero is not definedand is therfore not a valid operation. It has no value.

# What is reciprocal of zero divided by one?

Swap the numerator and the denominator to obtain 1/0. Anything divided by zero is undefined.

# Why zero divided by zero equals to two?

This question has already been answered. Zero divided by zero is zero itself. It is NOT equal to two.

# How do you show a number divided by zero is undefined?

Programming language? For example: For A Ã· B If B = 0 Then Answer = "Undefined" Else Answer = A Ã· B End If By the way, in Calculus, you often find out that 'passing the limit' you will get a rational value when dividing by zero. It depends on the equation.

# Can a no be divided by zero if not why?

no. To refer to the original example of dividing a number of objects into piles (6 objects into 3 piles = 2 objects per pile) it is impossible to place any number of objects so that they arange exactly zero piles.

# How many feet does a atomic bomb blow up in the air?

That would depend on the type of target selected and yield of the bomb used.

# How many games were released for the Atari 2600?

There are 418 to 1000 different type games were released for Atari 2600. The Atari video game console was released in 1977, sold 30 million unit as of 2004.

# What is dividing by zero?

When something vanishes off of the face of the universe. How oftendoes nothing go into... Something?

# Will atomic bomb posh show up in a drug test?

The main test will show up very clear and if there is anything elsein the fluid then it will also show up