No the denominator isn't necessarily zero. Sometimes you see two digit numbers where the first digit is zero. Dates are often written like that: 03/06/09.

Group: Regulars
Posts: 1,332
Joined: Fri 15th Jan 2010, 11:08pm
From: Erewhon
Member No.: 16,621

QUOTE(ulsterman @ Fri 9th July 2010, 9:09pm)

QUOTE(Zoloft @ Fri 9th July 2010, 10:39am)

I believe you are dividing by zero.

This only leads to tears.

No the denominator isn't necessarily zero. Sometimes you see two digit numbers where the first digit is zero. Dates are often written like that: 03/06/09.

So that would mean you were using base=nu-squared+n where n is indeterminate...

Or a non-cardinal number...

Perhaps even Uncle Rebus.

This post has been edited by Zoloft: Fri 9th July 2010, 10:48pm