Q: What is 51 times exponent of zero?

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

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

you don't have a zero exponent in math.

Zero with an exponent of two is still zero. The math involves 0x0x0=0.

scientific notation tells how many times you will move or add zero either left(positive) or right (negative). exponent tells you how many times you will multiply its coefficient.

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

There is no exponent of zero. Instead of zero it is one.

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

you don't have a zero exponent in math.

Zero with an exponent of two is still zero. The math involves 0x0x0=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.

scientific notation tells how many times you will move or add zero either left(positive) or right (negative). exponent tells you how many times you will multiply its coefficient.

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

you don't have a zero exponent in math.

The zero exponent rule basically says that any base with an exponent of zero is equal to one. For example: x^0 = 1A negative exponent is equivalent to 1 over a positive exponent.x^1 = x x^0 = 1x^-1 = 1/x

Any exponent to the power of zero is simply 1, with the exception of zero itself! Zero to the power of zero has no definitive answer, though it may sometimes be taken as equal to one.