# Digital Electronics - Digital Concepts - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Digital Concepts - General Questions (Q.No. 1)
1.
Any number with an exponent of zero is equal to:
zero
one
that number
ten
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Mukesh Artist said:   9 years ago
Zero power of any number is value is 1.

Anirudh Sodhani said:   9 years ago
According to me any a^(0) can be written as a^(k-k) , k being any non zero scalar, and so we have a^(k-k) = (a^k)/(a^k) = 1. So the answer is definitely 1.

As per mathematical rule any number^0 is 1.

(number)^0 = 1.

Peter said:   10 years ago
Any number to power zero is always 0 scientifically.

We know that anything to the power of zero is equal to 1.

As we know that any thing power zero is always zero.

a^0=1.

We know that mathematically something to the power zeo = 1.

e.g - x^0=1.

Anunay singh said:   1 decade ago
Exponent means power not exponential(e).

Thus,
For any real number (a says) with zero exponent means a^0.

And any number with power zero is equal to 1.

a^0=1.