
#37
Apr2808, 05:30 PM

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Arbol I just wanted to say that your last post is well thought out and very logical and correct. It is true though that some take the liberty to give their own definition of 0^0 if it suits their purposes.




#38
Apr2908, 06:04 AM

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#39
Apr2908, 09:54 PM

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#40
Apr3008, 06:54 AM

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?? I don't have any "bad feelings" I simply pointed out that he was wrong. You seem to be under the impression that correcting an error is impolite. Certainly you wrote a very complementary response to his post that said, in essence, "computers say 0^{0}= 1, therefore it is."




#41
May308, 05:54 AM

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since if X is a number then [tex]X^X[/tex] is always less than infinity. Since others have shown that N as defined in his first post is infinity, I would like Arbol's response as N is neither a rational or irrational number! 


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