Can anyone explain me -- Why any number raised to (Power of) zero is always equal to one. Regards,
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Consider Numerical Approach: See, We are dividing by 5 each of the power values to get the one below. At any number to the power of zero, we will get one. It's like that for any number. For example, 9:
Originally Posted by avinash Can anyone explain me -- Why any number raised to (Power of) zero is always equal to one. Regards, Well is undefined, but other than that it is so that works for any real and and . Also for other consistency reasons. RonL
Originally Posted by avinash Can anyone explain me -- Why any number raised to (Power of) zero is always equal to one. Well that is not always true is not defined. However, if . Every nonzero number has a multiplicative inverse denoted by . Use the law of exponents: Alternatively:
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