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# What is the value of any nonzero base raised to the zero power?

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The value of any nonzero number raised to the zero power will equal positive one (1). Wiki User

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### Why is the value of any nonzero base raised to the zero power 1?

x to the power 2 = (x to the power 3)/x; x to the power 1 = (x to the power 2)/x; x to the power 0 = (x to the power 1)/x. As x to the power 1 is merely x then the last expression is equivalent to x/x, ie 1.

### When a number is raised to a power what is it called?

The power could then be called an exponent. The number that is being raised to a power is called the base. In the case of 42, the exponent is 2 and the base is 4.

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### The number that indicates how many times the base is used as a factor?

The number that indicates how many times the base is used as a factor is the exponent, or power.

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