Some say 1/0 is ∞. Others say you can't divide by zero in the first place.
Outside of abstract algebra, let's look at a physical analogy of elementary arithmetic.
You have 12 cookies and you must evenly distribute them to n number of people.
If there are 3 people, 12/3=4, each person will get 4 cookies.
If there's only one person, 12/1=12, that person will get 12 cookies.
Wait, what if there are zero people? :O
12/0=∞? So the empty air gets an infinite number of cookies?! (what a lucky non-existent entity)
I think I have a possible solution. What are your thoughts?