Power with exponent zero. Rule. Examples.

Power with exponent 0

a^{0} = 1

here a is not equal to zero.

All numbers raised to 0 are equal to 1.

Zero raised to zero is not defined.

Why is a power with exponent 0 equal to 1?

A number raised to power 0

1^{0} = 1

Any number raised to 0 is equal to 1

12^{0} = 1

(-15)^{0} = 1

(1,2)^{0} = 1

(-1,2)^{0} = 1

(-15)

(1,2)

(-1,2)

What is 10 raised to 0?

10^{0} = 1

What is 2 raised to 0?

2^{0} = 1

What is 3 raised to 0?

3^{0} = 1

What is 4 raised to 0?

4^{0} = 1

What is 5 raised to 0?

5^{0} = 1

What is any number raised to 0?

Any number raised to 0 gives one, here the number is not equal to zero.