The one number we can't divide by is 0. Yet, the basis of division (in french anyway) is how many times the "dénominator" (in this case 0) can go in the "nominator" (for example : 1). We obtain: 1/0= ?????

Two answer occur to me: - either 0 can go infinite times in to 1

- either 0 can never go into one because it always gives 0 (more logical than the first ^^)

What do you think? Do you have another answer?