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Originally Posted by BillyB
That is politely why this is a new thought on division. But they are separate. You canâ€™t say the equal each other because they are different concepts combined together. But to be clear we are saying the same thing. One cut zero equals one. One cut one equals 2(1/2) which also equals one when multiplied together and so on and so on.

You appear to have missed the point completely. If you can't represent whatever is your equivalent of divisionbyzero, just say so.
Division:
numerator / divisor = some result
You:
(numerator)(divisor1) = some result
What do you write when when the divisor = 0? I don't care about the result. Everyone here already knows what the result is when dividing by zero.