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What is \(0^{0}\)?

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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http://www.maa.org/publications/periodicals/convergence/what-is-00
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Creator(s): 
Michael Huber and V. Fredrick Rickey
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Janet Beery
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MAA, MathDL Loci: Convergence
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MAA
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