You are here

On the Indeterminate Form \(0^0\)

This article gives an explanation of why most textbook examples of the form \(0^0\) have a limit of 1.
Old Node ID: 
1158
MSC Codes: 
Author(s): 
Leonard J. Lipkin (University of North Florida)
Publication Date: 
Tuesday, June 27, 2006
Original Publication Source: 
College Mathematics Journal
Original Publication Date: 
January, 2003
Subject(s): 
Limits
Single Variable Calculus
Calculus
Topic(s): 
Infinite Limits: Function Values and Integrals
Theoretical Issues
Flag for Digital Object Identifier: 
Publish Page: 
Furnished by JSTOR: 
File Content: 
Rating Count: 
72.00
Rating Sum: 
229.00
Rating Average: 
3.18
Author (old format): 
Leonard J. Lipkin
Applicable Course(s): 
3.2 Mainstream Calculus II
Modify Date: 
Thursday, August 16, 2012
Average: 3.2 (72 votes)

Dummy View - NOT TO BE DELETED