How many bombs will show up when zero divide in Atari TOS?
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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.
None since 80/10 equals 8.
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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. An…d that game was downright terrible. This all led to the video game crash of 1983.
8 bits. The central processor was the 6507, a slightly cut down version of the famous 6502 8-bit CPU.
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.
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 div…ided by other real numbers, but the answer is always zero. Zero divided by two is zero. Zero divided by minus twenty-two is zero. But note that zero cannot be divided by zero. Any division operation with zero as the divisor is undefined; the operation cannot be performed.
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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.
i dont know.. maybe THREE!
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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 s…o that they arange exactly zero piles.
When something vanishes off of the face of the universe. How oftendoes nothing go into... Something?
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There are two zeros in the quotient when you divide 80000 by 50