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# What is $$0^{0}$$?

Course Topic(s): One-Variable Calculus | History of Calculus

The expression $$0^0$$ is usually called an indeterminate form. This article details the history of the meaning of this expression and concludes that, in some cases, we should evaluate it as $$1$$.

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Subject classification(s): Single Variable Calculus | Calculus

Creator(s): Michael Huber and V. Fredrick Rickey

Contributor(s): Editor, Loci: Convergence

This resource was cataloged by Janet Beery

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MAA, MathDL Loci: Convergence

This review was published on February 13, 2011