No matter what, zero divided by anything is always going to be zero. If a number is divided by zero, it does not exist because nothing can be divided by zero.
No, 1 is not equal to 0. 0 is equal to 0 and 1 is equal to 1.
When it is raised to the power of zero: 120 = 1
Any number multiplied by zero is equal to zero, including zero. Therefore, zero times zero is equal to zero. 0 x 0 = 0
Zero times any number is equal to zero.
12 times 40 is 480.
Anything multiplied by zero is equal to zero.
It equals 0. Zero times zero equals zero.
Ten times the square of a non-zero number is equal to forty times the number. What is the number?
Yes. 1/8 is equal to 0.125
0 times x is written as 0x. This is always equal to zero because anything times zero is always zero.
Zero. Zero times itself will always equal zero. It's value remains constant.
Expressed in word form, this is equal to twelve point zero four.
Well... technically anything multiplied times zero is equal to zero! So zero, lol
It equals 0 because any number times 0 equals 0
0. Any number multiplied by zero equals zero
NO, no, no. 12 nothings is nothing. Any number multiplied by zero gives the answer zero.
Zero is equal to zero
In layman's terms: if zero is the primary number and you were to multiply that primary number to any number, it's still zero. Multiplying 1 times 1 equals to 1. One times itself is one. So zero, meaning nothing times 1 is equal to nothing since there is nothing to begin with.
No. The difference is 27 times 12 and 39 times twelve. That would be saying that 324 is equal to 468
Multiplying any number by zero yields the result zero !
0 Anything times 0 is 0