## What is the antiderivative of zero?

**Zero doesn’t have a multiplicative inverse** as multiplicative inverse is the reciprocal for a number “a”, denoted by 1/a, is a number which when multiplied by “a” yields the multiplicative identity 1. The product of any real number with zero is zero.

## Is zero less than or equal to zero?

- No
**zero**is not**less**then**zero**, i <= 0 becomes 1 because**zero**is**less**than or**equal**to**zero**. Of course**zero**isn't**less**than**zero**, but i <= 0 becomes 1 because**zero**is**less**than or**equal**to**zero**. The variable type of i is never mentioned. If it is unsigned i then the < 0 part of the test will fail.

## Does zero divided by zero equal zero?

**ZERO****DIVIDED**by**zero**is quite indeterminate. For if A is B times C, then A**divided**by B is C. But**zero**is**equal**to**zero**times any number whatever. Therefore**zero****divided**by**zero**is any number whatever. Ivor Etherington, Easdale, Argyll.

## What is the inverse tangent of zero?

- The answer is –
**45°.**With inverse tangent, we select the angle on the right half of the unit circle having measure as close to zero as possible. Thus tan-1 (–1) = –45° or tan-1 (–1) = –π/4. In other words, the range of tan-1 is restricted to (–90°, 90°) or .

## What is the antiderivative of zero?What is the antiderivative of zero?

The derivative of a constant function is the zero function. Therefore, **any constant function** is an antiderivative of the zero function. If U {\displaystyle U} is a connected set, then the constant functions are the only antiderivatives of the zero function.

## Is zero less than or equal to zero?Is zero less than or equal to zero?

No **zero** is not **less** then **zero**, i <= 0 becomes 1 because **zero** is **less** than or **equal** to **zero**. Of course **zero** isn't **less** than **zero**, but i <= 0 becomes 1 because **zero** is **less** than or **equal** to **zero**. The variable type of i is never mentioned. If it is unsigned i then the < 0 part of the test will fail.

## Does zero divided by zero equal zero?Does zero divided by zero equal zero?

**ZERO** **DIVIDED** by **zero** is quite indeterminate. For if A is B times C, then A **divided** by B is C. But **zero** is **equal** to **zero** times any number whatever. Therefore **zero** **divided** by **zero** is any number whatever. Ivor Etherington, Easdale, Argyll.

## What is the inverse tangent of zero?What is the inverse tangent of zero?

The answer is –**45°.** With inverse tangent, we select the angle on the right half of the unit circle having measure as close to zero as possible. Thus tan-1 (–1) = –45° or tan-1 (–1) = –π/4. In other words, the range of tan-1 is restricted to (–90°, 90°) or .