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Here's another explanation from Aldo Daniel Completa, a contributor from Argentina: In the FAQ there is an explanation about " n^0 (any number to zero power) ." - read more

Why is 10 power 0 equal to 1? Any number to the power zero is equal to one. That can be derived from the following index law: xa*xb = xa+b (x not zero)Now let b = 0 so that the above becomes xa*x0 = xa+0soxa*x0 = xa (since a+0 = a) That is, any number multiplied by x0 is the number itself. - read more

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