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3/0 =?

the answer is 0 but my options are to solve the equation if possible or say the answer is undefined.

Is 0 undefined? I have no clue what an undefined answer is

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    Division by zero is an undefined operation in mathematics. 3/0 is undefined. It has no meaning.

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    thank you

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