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TopNewestexact zero raise to the power exact zero is NOT DEFINED.

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Read this funny yet informative article http://www.askamathematician.com/2010/12/q-what-does-00-zero-raised-to-the-zeroth-power-equal-why-do-mathematicians-and-high-school-teachers-disagree/

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Watch this video

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http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=lim+x+is+approaching+to+0+x%5Ex

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In calculus and other branches of mathematical analysis, an indeterminate form is an algebraic expression obtained in the context of limits. Limits involving algebraic operations are often performed by replacing subexpressions by their limits; if the expression obtained after this substitution does not give enough information to determine the original limit, it is known as an indeterminate form. The indeterminate forms include 0^0, 0/0, 1^∞, ∞−∞,∞/∞, 0 × ∞, and ∞/0.........so it's also a indeterminate form you have given....

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0^0 = 0^(m-m) = 0^(m) . 0^(-m) .... now as, 0^(-m) = 1 / 0 which is undefined... so 0^0 = undefined .....well first I tried to prove it like this but then I found that it wasn't a good proof as it had contradictions . :(

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it is indeterminate form in chapter limits....

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but mathematicians prove through limits that it it comes to 1?

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ok......can u xplain me how?

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well someone can give me the clear proof of any number raised to 0 is 1.

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yes we can prove it by log theorem? take log and calculate.

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0^0=0/0-------------not defined

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look at this.

4^2 = 16

4^1 = 4

4^0 = 1

why 4^0 = 1?

easy to proof. imagine that the exponent is absolutely like an element of carbon molecule. exponent is like a box that contain something, copy the box and paste then imagine that they will combine and has more energy, it will be two thing that are same like x*x in mathematic.

how about x^0?

so easy. it means that there are no element, like an empty box. because the box still present in universe, it mean there must be a symbol to represent it, that is the 1 or one.

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If 0^0=1 what's the proof and if 0^0= undefined what's the proof ???

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really nice question....... i think so it is undefined.

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I agree with that. You can easily prove that it is an indeterminate form in mathematics,

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in laws of exponent they never mention that base a is not equal to 0

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undefined. bt nt equal 2 1.

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The way I was taught, even though 0^0 is indeterminate, mathematicians will consider it to be 1.

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considering is different thing...sometimes in physics also we consider that 1/0 = infinity...but that is wrong.. 0^0 is undefined

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it should be zero..

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But many take it to be 1.

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LIke google! https://www.google.com/search?q=0^0

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Just a consideration

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