25) substitution in recursion causes the 0=1 error, as 1*1=1 = x/x, when x!=0 =0+0
Substitution in recursion causes the 0=1 error, as 1*1=1 = x/x, when x!=0 =0+0 , after asking how much is
x inPowerOf(0*infinite)=?
=1 = x inPowerOf(0) =x inPowerOf(0* infinite) since 1*1=1 , but
=0 = (1 / x inPowerOf(infinite)) *( x inPowerOf(infinite)) = 0*infinite since 0+0=0 !

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