Q: What is 5x0?

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0 Cuz its 5 times nothing which is 5X0

0 5x0 = 0 0/5 = 0

5x-1=8 Add one to each side 5x0=8+1 or 5x=9 Divide each side by 5 So x = 9/5 or nine fifths.

The expression “six minus one times zero add two divided by two” can be simplified using the order of operations (PEMDAS). First, we would multiply one by zero, which is zero. Then, we would divide two by two, which equals one. Finally, we would subtract zero from six and add one, resulting in the answer of seven.

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It is: 7

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5x0=0 5 zero times is 0

0 Cuz its 5 times nothing which is 5X0

0 5x0 = 0 0/5 = 0

5x0=4x0 The answer at the end would be 0=0

The degree of the polynomial 2x + 5 is 1. The highest power of x is x1, i.e. 2x1 + 5x0, hence the designation of first degree.

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i dosent 5(0)= 0 5 + 0 = 5 5+0 is unequal to 5x0 Hope that was helpfull )!

Yes, because 2x5 means five lots of two therefore if you have 5x0 it means you have zero lots of five, meaning the answer will be zero. This applies to all nmumbers multiplied by zero. :)

5x0=0 5x1=5 5x2=10 5x3=15 5x4=20 5x5=25 5x6=30 5x7=35 5x8=40 5x9=45 5x10=50

5x-1=8 Add one to each side 5x0=8+1 or 5x=9 Divide each side by 5 So x = 9/5 or nine fifths.