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### How to define the $0^0$? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Zero to zero power According to Wolfram Alpha: $0^0$ is indeterminate. According to google: $0^0=1$ According to my calculator: $0^0$ is undefined Is there ...
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### My dilemma about $0^0$ [duplicate]

We know that $0^0$ is indeterminate. But if do this: $$(1+x)^n=(0+(1+x))^n=C(n,0)\cdot ((0)^0)((1+x)^n) + \cdots$$ we get $$(1+x)^n=(0^0)\cdot(1+x)^n$$ So, $0^0$ must be equal to $1$. What is ...
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### 0's Exponents are impossible? [duplicate]

I've had something that's been bugging me, and I tried research and asked my math teacher. None had sufficient answers. The concept of $0$ is that when $0$ goes to any exponent except for $0$, it ...
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### $0^0$ — indeterminate, or $1$? [duplicate]

One of my teachers argued today that 0^0 = 1. However, WolframAlpha, intuition(?) and various other sources say otherwise... 0^0 doesn't really "mean" anything.. can anyone clear this up with some ...
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### Power series and the value of the expression $0^0$ [duplicate]

I have a doubt regarding the value of the expression $0^0$. I know this value is taken as indeterminate as far as limits are concerned. All was fine upto now. But when I encountered power series, I ...
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### Why is $0^0$ undefined? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Zero to zero power I'm wondering why $0^0$ is considered undefined. Why isn't 1 considered a valid solution? Considering $0^0 = 1$ seems reasonable to me for two reasons: ...
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### Convergence of $\sum_{n=0}^\infty \frac{1}{n^n}$ [duplicate]

I'm stuck at deciding wether or not $\sum_{n=0}^\infty \frac{1}{n^n}$ converges.The sequence itself is a zero sequence and the root test seems to pass, but how can that be since for n=0 we would have ...
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### What is 0 raised to 0 ???!!!! [duplicate]

I have read many articles on this confusion but i am still confused... My simple question is - What is $0^0$? What is the present agreement to this? I feel that it should be 1 as anything to ...
What is the value of $0^0$ ?? I have read many discussions regarding it but the result was only confusion. Is it 0, 1 or not defined??