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Q: Why is the exponent zero on a number that is equal to zero?

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370 = 1 ======any number to the power of zero will equal 1

a constant

y can be any real number more than or equal to zero --> Range x can be any real number--> Domain

If you set a function equal to zero and solve for x, then you are finding where the function crosses the x-axis.

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no exponent can make a number equal to zero, however any number with an exponent of zero is one.

no it equals one no matter the number

Any number with an exponent of zero is equal to one. 60 = 1

20, 80 ,160, 2550 Any number with zero exponent is equal to 1.

If a number (other than 0) has 0 as an exponent, it equals 1! It may be hard to believe but it is true, no matter what number. If a number has no exponent, there is basically an invisible 1 as the exponent, so the number would be equal to itself. Zero with the exponent zero is meaningless.

Any number to the exponent of 0 is equal to 1. EXAMPLE x0=1

For any number (a) not equal to 0, a0=1

Anything (except zero) raised to the zero power is equal to one.

Yes the exponent is the number of times you multiply it so for example twenty with a zero exponent is zero

exponent of any number is more than 0

No. Even a number with an exponent of zero equals one. There is no way an exponent on a number will make it zero.

Any number except 0 itself raised to the power of zero exponent is always equal to 1

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