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# When a number is raised to zero does it have the same value as another number is raised to a zero?

Updated: 9/25/2023 Wiki User

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Yes because any number raised to the power of zero is always equal to 1 Wiki User

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Q: When a number is raised to zero does it have the same value as another number is raised to a zero?
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They are equal.

### What is the value of zero raised to power two?

It remains the same as zero

### What is the value of 7 to the first power?

Seven. Any number raised to the first power is equal to the same number.7.7.

### What number is the same as 1.45?

1.450 or 1.4500 and any other value created by adding another zero.

### What if raised to the power of one?

Any number raised to the power 1 is that same number, x1 = x. For example, 51 = 5.

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### Why is a number raised to the zero power a one?

xA/xB = x(A - B)If A = B, then the result of this operation is x0.But if A = B, then the numerator and denominator of the fractionare the same number, so the value of the fraction is ' 1 '.

No.

### What is a number raised to the one-half power?

That's the same as the square root of the number.

### Who gives the complex number?

I will be glad to give you a complex number. (i^i)^i is i raised to the i power and raised to the i power again. This is not the same as i^3 which is -i but computes to .947 + .321i

### What is the absolute value of 3 34?

The absolute value of a number which is not negative is the same as the number.

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