## Multiplication by Zero Calculus, Addition by Zero Calculus, and Subtraction by Zero Calculus

**Authors:** Toshiro Takami

In physics, there are many particles in a vacuum.\\
Perfect zero cannot exist.\\
0 is not perfect zero.\\
0 is almost zero.\\
Perfect zero is only a mathematical fantasy.\\
$a\times0\approx0$, but $a\times0\neq0$.\\
$a\times0\times0\times0\times0\times0<a\times0\times0\times0\times0<a\times0\times0\times0<a\times0\times0<a\times0<a$.\\
$a-0-0-0<a-0-0<a-0<a<a+0<a+0+0<a+0+0+0$.\\

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