exponent of any number is more than 0
There is no exponent of zero. Instead of zero it is one.
Yes the exponent is the number of times you multiply it so for example twenty with a zero exponent is zero
no exponent can make a number equal to zero, however any number with an exponent of zero is one.
you multiply for example 2to the 5th power =2x2x2x2x2Writing exponents in standard form is simple and easy to do. For every exponent you have to put a zero.
you don't have a zero exponent in math.
Zero with an exponent of two is still zero. The math involves 0x0x0=0.
No. Even a number with an exponent of zero equals one. There is no way an exponent on a number will make it zero.
Any function of the form aebx - for non-zero a and b - is exponential. For examples, just replace "a" and "b" with any non-zero number. Equivalently, any function of the form cdx - once again, for non-zero c and d - is exponential. Here, too, you can replace c and d with any number to get examples.
Zero point zero zero nine
If a number (other than 0) has 0 as an exponent, it equals 1! It may be hard to believe but it is true, no matter what number. If a number has no exponent, there is basically an invisible 1 as the exponent, so the number would be equal to itself. Zero with the exponent zero is meaningless.
Nine, zero zero zero zero zero nine.
One million. One zero zero zero zero zero zero.
20, 80 ,160, 2550 Any number with zero exponent is equal to 1.
zero point zero ten
Six point zero zero.
In word form, 2.00 is two point zero zero.
Zero point zero zero one seven.
Five point zero zero zero three.
Five point two zero zero
zero point two zero nine