If we raise some undefined quantity to some power, what type of quantity(number) is produced?
Also, if we raise an undefined number to the power of some other(maybe same) undefined number,what becomes?

@Anandmay Patel
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The power matters that has to be taken, for example infty^0 is undefined, infty^infty is infty, infty^-1=0, as you can see both defined and undefined are there

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TopNewestWhat do you mean by undefined quantity?

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like \(\dfrac10\)=infinity or iota

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Iota is defined

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