Hi,

Consider the following equation,

\(a^m/a^n = a^(m-n)\)

we say \(a^0 = 1\), 'casuse \(a^0 = a/a\) \(|a|>0\)

so, \(0^0\) would take form of \(0/0\), which is not defined.

Also, please note that infinity and not defined (nd) are to different terms.

1/0 = infinity

(infinity x 0), (0/0) etc. are not defined.

Anyways, no one has to worry about n.d. forms as they are out of scope for GMAT.

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