1

**General Science / Re: What's 0^0 ?**

« **on:**12/11/2021 01:25:04 »

Hi.

If, for some reason you don't like a modulus, replace with an x

and in the next step you can either continue to raise this whole thing to x (which gives you a differing two sided limit, not a limit of +1) or else raise all of the expression to the power of x

Best Wishes and bye for now.

lim 10^(-1/0) is not 0. It's undefined.You can put modulus signs around x, to have |x| instead of x if you're worried about left and right limits. I probably did miss that out - sorry, it was late and I was rushing and this LaTex equation format takes me ages to get working. By the time I've spell-checked and read through stuff I rarely get a post finished in less than an hour as it is.

If, for some reason you don't like a modulus, replace with an x

^{2}term to get something like this:and in the next step you can either continue to raise this whole thing to x (which gives you a differing two sided limit, not a limit of +1) or else raise all of the expression to the power of x

^{2}to get back to something like the original idea.May be next time you can find a better example.Sadly, I've got some other work to do and I'll probably be leaving this thread (and entire forum) alone for a while. It's been nice talking to you and I'm glad you've got some interest in mathematics.

Best Wishes and bye for now.

The following users thanked this post: Zer0