With the exception of 00 (which is undefined), any number to the power of zero is equal to 1.
Anything raised to the power of zero is 1. Not just the number 2.
Also infinity. If you are concerned about the size of sets, it is a higher-level (larger) infinity. For example, 2 to the power aleph-zero, or aleph-zero to the power aleph-zero, is equal to aleph-one.
2 x 10^6 is equal to 2,000,000.
Any number to the zero power is 1.
To the nearest ten, zero.
2.693 * 102 (remember, numbers larger than 1 have power of ten â‰¥ zero. small numbers (between zero and one) have negative powers of ten.
Any number to the power of zero is always 1
The sum of two positive integers can never equal zero.