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Q: What is the relationship between 3 with a power of 0 and 2 with a power of 0?

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0^2=0*0=0

2 to the power 0 or 20 is equal to 1

1. Anything to the power of 0 is 1. Look at it this way. 2^3=8 Divide that by two, or the base. 2^3/2=2^2=4 Divide that by two. 2^2/2=2^1=2 Divide that by two. 2^1/2=2^0=1 Every time you lower an exponent by one power, you pretty much divide the number by its base. Key terms. Base: In 2^0, 2 is the base since you are multiplying it by itself "0 times". The power, or exponent: In 2^0, 0 is the power/exponent since it is the number of times 2 will be multiplied.

(-2)0 = 1

2 to the zero power = 1

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0^2=0*0=0

Any number to the power of 0 equals 1.Therefore 2 to the power of 0 = 1

2 to the power 0 or 20 is equal to 1

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The relation ship betwee them that Un+Un+1=5

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