2 to the 0th power is 1. So is any other number to the 0th power.
Anything to the 0th power is 1
Any number raised to the 0th power is 1.
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1. Anything to 0th power is equal to one.
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.
Any real number raised to the 0th power equals 1.
zero because.............3 times zero is ZERO
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
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.
This is physically and mentally impossible to answer or get an answer except for ERROR or N/A. You can try this in a caculator if you want, but it's impossible.
Anything to the 0th power is 1. Therefore the question can be rewritten as "what is 16x1." Anything multiplied by 1 remains the same. Thus the answer to what is 16x100 is 16.
Yes; 10 as a power of ten is 101.
No, it is not the same. Ten cubed is ten to the third power or 10x10x10 or 1000. Ten to the second power is 10x10 or 100.
i don't think there is a metric prefix symbol for 10^0 . 10^0 (said as 10 to the 0th power) = 1 anything to the zero power is equal to 1
what is ten to the tenth power to the hundreth power
Ten to the 6th power is 1,000,000
it is the ninth power of ten
No. Ten to the 3rd power is 1000, while ten squared is 100.
yes, nothing prevents you from having exponents that also have exponents. In the case that you ask about, of ten to the ten to the ten, that would be better expressed as ten to the ten billion, or 1010,000,000,000.
Ten to the 24th power, 1024, is called ten to the 24th power.