Any number divided by 0, such as 1 divided by 0, produces an undefined entity. It is a common misconception that a number divided by 0 produces infinity, a number divided by a very small number produces a very large number, however, this does not mean that a number divided by 0 produces infinity. This is more an artifact seen if we force a computer to perform the calculation due to rounding.

...It's not defined in math.

However Lim 1/x or limit of 1/x as x becomes smaller and smaller "tends towards infinity". In other words the value gets bigger and bigger but is undefined when x is actually zero.

Dividing by 0 is not allowed in normal real number mathematics. The expression simply has no meaning. It is by no means infinity as previous posters already pointed out.

...Dividing by 0 does not produce infinity as some previous posts have suggested. The value would be undefined.

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