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# What is zero raised to a zero? 0^0? Is it 0 or 1

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21 Oct 2006, 13:42
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What is zero raised to a zero? 0^0?

Is it 0 or 1?

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21 Oct 2006, 13:45
anything to the ^0 is 1 as far as i know.

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21 Oct 2006, 13:59
For the GMAT, the 0^0 is not defined !

So, it's neither 0^0 = 0 nor 0^0=1...

U could have a look on this long discussion : http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=35079&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0

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21 Oct 2006, 14:02
Oh my god ....not again , Fig will kill for this

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21 Oct 2006, 14:04
yezz wrote:
Oh my god ....not again , Fig will kill for this

He he he ... Actually, inside the Kaplan math part.... It is stated that 0^0 is not defined ... The ones, like me, who don't want to believe it need to close their eyes for the GMAT and admit it

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24 Oct 2006, 12:52
Fig wrote:
yezz wrote:
Oh my god ....not again , Fig will kill for this

He he he ... Actually, inside the Kaplan math part.... It is stated that 0^0 is not defined ... The ones, like me, who don't want to believe it need to close their eyes for the GMAT and admit it

Here's a more important question, has it ever been tested on the gmat?

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24 Oct 2006, 13:14
kidderek wrote:
Fig wrote:
yezz wrote:
Oh my god ....not again , Fig will kill for this

He he he ... Actually, inside the Kaplan math part.... It is stated that 0^0 is not defined ... The ones, like me, who don't want to believe it need to close their eyes for the GMAT and admit it

Here's a more important question, has it ever been tested on the gmat?

Well... perhaps it's only comming from an imagined question of Yezz

More seriously, yes ... It could be, even if the odd is low

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24 Oct 2006, 13:14
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