Algebra I: Calculating and working with zero exponents
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In this lesson you will take a look at how to work with zero exponents. Overall, when an exponential term of the form an is divided by itself, the exponent becomes zero, and the result is always 1. E.g. am/am = am-m = a0 = 1, where a  0. So, any non-zero number raised to the 0th power is equal to 1, whether that number is 50, 30000 or e0.
<h2>Algebra I - Calculating and working with zero exponents</h2> <p>This FREE lesson is a part of Winpossible&rsquo;s online Algebra I course which covers all topics exponent, zero exponents, power, calculating, laws of exponents, algebra help, practice questions, number, exponential, term, zero, quizzes</p> <p>when an exponential term of the form an is divided by itself, the exponent becomes zero, and the result is always 1. E.g. a<SUP>m</SUP>/am = a<SUP>m-m</SUP> = a<SUP>0</SUP> = 1, where a ? 0</p>
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