Look im sad now## _SkyFall wrote:

Oh, I'm really sorry## Rifdi wrote:

You're gonna make me sad stop

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Look im sad now## _SkyFall wrote:

Oh, I'm really sorry## Rifdi wrote:

You're gonna make me sad stop

I apologise, this should lighten up the mood a little bit hoepfully.## Rifdi wrote:

Look im sad now

Thanks dad.## _SkyFall wrote:

I apologise, this should lighten up the mood a little bit hoepfully.## Rifdi wrote:

Look im sad now

Imma hang the clothes now

I don't think that's what you're supposed to do with it## Rifdi wrote:

Thanks dad.

Imma hang the clothes now

You're welcome son!

Keeping it legal dad!## _SkyFall wrote:

I don't think that's what you're supposed to do with it## Rifdi wrote:

Thanks dad.

Imma hang the clothes now

You're welcome son!

What do you mean? I think we can hang on the ceiling together. After all, it's a family rope! Otherwise, what's the point on having a family if you can't even## Rifdi wrote:

Keeping it legal dad!

since the denominator is approaching zero it'll be positive or negative infintiy depending on the sign of the numerator

Did u just## _SkyFall wrote:

What do you mean? I think we can hang on the ceiling together. After all, it's a family rope! Otherwise, what's the point on having a family if you can't even## Rifdi wrote:

Keeping it legal dad!hang outtogether to enjoy life

Wow

Im speechless dad

The limit, as the number of people I'm dividing cake for approaches zero, the number of slices approaches...## abraker wrote:

As a workaround, take the limit of the thing you are trying to divide the thing by 0 and divide it by x as x approaches 0

Blitz has a point, if we are taking the cake example, you can't do limits, this is a real life scenario.

Yeah thats the fastest way to answer it, for more proof and whatnot youtube has some videos for that## johnmedina999 wrote:

LOL

Blitz has a point, if we are taking the cake example, you can't do limits, this is a real life scenario.

but the cake is a lie

cake goes to infinity## Blitzfrog wrote:

The limit, as the number of people I'm dividing cake for approaches zero, the number of slices approaches...## abraker wrote:

As a workaround, take the limit of the thing you are trying to divide the thing by 0 and divide it by x as x approaches 0

I just found to never run out of cakes## kai99 wrote:

cake goes to infinity## Blitzfrog wrote:

The limit, as the number of people I'm dividing cake for approaches zero, the number of slices approaches...

The old fashioned notion of dividing a whole slice for N people is not going to do us good in this, we need to break the problem down to its core. When you are slicing a cake, you are taking and series of angles of a circles in parts and distributing them one by one. The procedure is the following: You take the whole 360 deg angle and divide it by the number of people you want to give it to, then you trace that much from the starting point around it, and give that much you traced to the first person. Then repeat until you got no cake left. So consider this:## Blitzfrog wrote:

The limit, as the number of people I'm dividing cake for approaches zero, the number of slices approaches...## abraker wrote:

As a workaround, take the limit of the thing you are trying to divide the thing by 0 and divide it by x as x approaches 0

You have 2pi of cake and need to divide it by one person. Ok: (2/pi)/1 = 2/pi, a whole cake. Here you go one person!

What about half a person? (2/pi)/0.5 = 4/pi or 2 wholes. Right? Wrong! You just go around once, and obviously the rest doesn't matter since you traced the whole, but for the sake of math we will trace a full circle again. The whole cake has been traced around anyway and the half person gets the full cake

What about a third of a person? Same you just go around and stop where you went around already, effectively making no difference.

What about Infinity? Same no difference. Whole cake.

Does this work for 2 people, you, a skeptical reader might be now wondering, now concerned about the nonsense I wrote. Well yes, idiot reader, it does work. Here is how: (2/pi)/2 = pi or half of a whole. So you give the traced amount to the first person and continue tracing (2/pi)/2 for the second person. Another half!

And so, quod erat demonstrandum

Edit: What happens if you try dividing by infinity: