I hated math in high school. I took a couple of coding classes when I got to college, and soon thereafter got a few jobs programming. I didn't really enjoy what I was doing, so I went back to school.
Programming taught me how to think rigorously. With a mind geared towards precise thinking, I found math to be a breeze. Now... I'm a mathematician who spends all her time programming -- I can tackle problems that old pencil & paper mathematicians balk at.
You don't have to be good at programming to do math. You'll just suck.
Also, math is not just arithmetic and calculus, you incompetent fools.
Mathematicians don't know which rule has precedence for 0/0,
Ouch. +5, Informative indeed. <sigh>
Mathematicians can argue for any value at all, not just zero or one. This means that neither of your "rules" could take precedence.
Annnnd, on to your rules. Any number multiplied by zero is zero. Any nonzero number divided by itself is one. Of course, mathematicians are wont to generalize "number" to "field element". Go crack out on wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Field_(mathematics)
Regulation would affect companies too
Funniest thing I've read this week!
There can be no twisted thought without a twisted molecule. -- R. W. Gerard