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questions involving '0' (zero) [#permalink] New post 29 Jul 2004, 10:47
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Hi all,

Can some body throw some light on tricky ques. involving '0'.
I got caught in a couple of ques. involving zero......like

1. What is mod(0) ?...... it should be 0

2. Does GMAT conside '0' as non-negative integer ? I think that is what it should be considered.

3. What is 0^0....... It should be 0.

4. If there is a question of "All Integers.......", and then the given eqn. should be equally applicable to '0' as well....... though sometimes i feel the eqn. may not make sense.....

The flow gets distorted by such simple but tricky questions. :)

Can you guys remember some more such questions involving '0'.

Hope I make some sense here..... though not sure :)

Any more inputs or anybody wants to discuss on this.

TIA.
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 [#permalink] New post 30 Jul 2004, 01:00
mod(0) = 0

0 is neither positive nor negative, that is why we tend to
equate equations to 0 as this is the only number that seperate
positives from negatives

0^0 = 0, not 1

I didn't get what you were trying to ask in Q4.
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 [#permalink] New post 30 Jul 2004, 04:05
0^0 is not defined,

4th question: An equation that is valid for all the integers should be valid for Zero, the only exception is division, where denominator cannot be Zero.
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 [#permalink] New post 30 Jul 2004, 09:19
Guys,

My intention was not to ask the answers of the 4 ques. listed below.
I just wanted to introduce a topic where others have faced these '0' related questions.

As an example,i was wrong in my understanding of 0^0, similarly if others have more such questions involving '0', and they can be discussed over here..... It will be helpful.

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mod(0) [#permalink] New post 30 Jul 2004, 16:25
sorry, definitional thing - what is mod(0)? What does that mean?
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