it is just a simple, "degenerate case, normally of no interest ... unless you're trying to re-invent, say L'Hopital's rules
> It's rather amusing because a circle is the set of loci equidistant from the same focus (that is, the centre). A circle of 0 area, has a set of loci that are equidistant from the circle centre and coincide with the centre itself. > > > > x^2 + y^2 = r^2 is a circle whose area is 0, iff, x=y=0. > > > > This is something that a mythmatician can't understand. But wait! Perhaps, 0 distance is not allowed in mainstream mythmatics? How about 0 area? > > > > I am laughing so hard once again, my stomach hurts! > > > > BTW: Read dullrich's comments - they are not only the most 'informative', but also the most entertaining. To wit, his 'counterexamples', are literally out of this world! Ha, ha! > > > > Comments are NOT welcome and no response will be provided. This comment is produced in the interests of public education; and to eradicate ignorance and stupidity from mainstream mythmatics.