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Masood.Sandking

Joined: 12 Jan 2012
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Location: Iran
Masood.Sandking
Hi!

Look here:

For any Real Number t: t=(t,0)
and: (a,b)*(c,d)=(a.c+b+d,b.d)

if A is a member of set {B} then A=B
a/b is a member of set {x | b*x=a}

6/3 is a member of set {2}. it means 6/3=2
15/5 is a member of set {3}. it means 15/5=3
0/0 is a member of set {...,1,2,3,...,0.1,0.2,0.3,...,i,2i,3i,4i,...}. because for any Real (or Hyper Complex) number x, we have: 0*x=0
also 2/0 is a member of set {...,(0,2),(1,2),(2,2),(3,2),...,(i,2),(1.5,2),(-100,2),...}. because: (0,0)*(t,2)=(2,0) ...
I mean for the Real number A, A/0 is a member of an uncountable set. so you can't say it's equal to wich element, until you get some other informations...
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29 Sep 2013, 17:13
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