Any number raised by the 0th power is equal to 1. This can be proved by the laws of exponents, which state that nx / nx = 1, therefore, nx-x = 1.
One million. 1,000,000
1. Any number to the power of zero is equal to one.
1. Anything to 0th power is equal to one.
Any positive number to the 0th power is one. ex. (51^0 = 1) Any negative number to the 0th power is negative one. ex. (-23^0 = -1) The exception is 0. 0^0 = 0
1. anything raised to the power of 0 is one.
a number to the power of 0 is one. Observe below: 10 to the power 5 = 100000 10 to the power 4= 10000 10 to the power 3 = 1000 10 to the power 2= 100 10 to the power 1 = 10 10 to the power 0 = 1 ______________ Same conclusion, different view: Any real number (other than zero) to the 0th power equals 1 (one). This is related to the subtraction of exponents being equivalent to division. 10 to the 7th power divided by 10 to the 4th power equals 10 to the 3rd power; you subtract exponents. 10 to the 7th power divided by 10 to the 7th power would of course equal 1, and if you subtract exponents you would have 10 to the 0th power.
10 any number raised to the power of one is that number. Any number raised to the power of zero is (by definition) 1
One hundred octovigintillion = 10 raised to the 255th power.
The inconsistency is the following:Any number raised to the power zero is equal to one.Zero raised to any power is equal to zero.
That's not true. Zero raised to any power except zero is zero, not one.
The value of 10 raised to the power of 9 (109) is 1,000,000,000 or one billion.
Any number raised to the power 1 is that same number, x1 = x. For example, 51 = 5.
It is one (1).
1... Anything raised to the power zero is one.
About 47 million.
Any nonzero number raised to the power of zero is equal to one (1).By definition.
One hundred sextillion.
Because that value has been established by convention. Any number raised to the power of zero equals one. See the related question.
Four to the power of one, 41 or 4^1 equals 4. Any number raised to the power of one is that number.
The value of any nonzero number raised to the zero power will equal positive one (1).
10 raised to the power of -1 is 0.1