Functions and Analysis


Is Zero to the Zero Power Equal to One?

Authors: Ron Bourgoin

Sometimes in physics we end up with a function that resembles f(x)=00, where for example we have a radius that goes to zero and an exponent goes to zero in k/r n , where k is a constant. Is 00 in such cases equal to unity?

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[v1] 9 Jun 2011

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