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A Little Math Mistake, Actually

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Posted by Luciano/">Luciano on August 28, 1998 09:47:39 UTC

I can answer that from a mathematician's point of view, without talking of physics at all.

You say that S2=Y/R and if Y=0, R=0 then S2=0.

Wrong!

0/x (and x0) = 0

and

x/0 (and x0) = infinite

so

0/0 = something between 0 and infinite, which is a constant (in this case, C2)

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