Looks like doggie just tried to comfort Buni.
But basically, letting a variable take the value of “infinity” is just the mathematician’s way to tell you: “Yes – when hell freezes over!”

I don’t know what’s bothering me more, the fact Dogi’s equation is dividing infinity by zero or the fact Buni’s equation involved zero squared. (Unless that’s a poorly drawn theta.)

Let’s see … x squared, times infinity, divided by x times 0 … hmm …

Well the outcome justifies even the biggest lie! 😀

Sweet dog.

BuniGirl is a girl, no science will help Buni!

I believe both forget to take a minus into account, but shhhh… don’t tell Buni!

Buni never lose hope to love :)!

Looks like doggie just tried to comfort Buni.

But basically, letting a variable take the value of “infinity” is just the mathematician’s way to tell you: “Yes – when hell freezes over!”

Must have forgotten to carry the 1 😛

That means that in a parallel multiverse out there somewhere, there is at least one BuniGirl that loves Buni.

I don’t know what’s bothering me more, the fact Dogi’s equation is dividing infinity by zero or the fact Buni’s equation involved zero squared. (Unless that’s a poorly drawn theta.)

Well, Any number divided by a infinitely small number goes to infinity. So Infinity divided by zero just races off to infinity faster. Right?

Let’s talk about the fact Bunni is a mathematical genius. He figured out a formula for love!

This kind of makes up for brutalness… Now we need more blood and homicide.

So all Buni needs to do is to figure out the equasion once again, with the changed variables and go get that Bunigirl!

Alex Anything, you know you can’t divide by zero, right?

That’s like, rule number one in mathematics ^^.

Math never lies!

It’s not infinity divided by zero. It’s infinity divided by xo. xo = kisses

Does BuniDog knows limits and L’hopital’s rule lets you bypass dividing by zero. Or is that simply x naught? I have so many mathematical questions.

Buni’s really good at drawing himself.

Well at least Buni is happy now.

Actually, it would simplify to (x times infinity) / 0.

Why is the sigma at the top of the first panel backwards?