# What is zero exponent?

If a number (other than 0) has 0 as an exponent, it equals 1!

It may be hard to believe but it is true, no matter what number.

If a number has no exponent, there is basically an invisible 1 as the exponent, so the number would be equal to itself.

Zero with the exponent zero is meaningless.

### How do you multiply a base of 34 and a exponent of 0?

Actually, a base and exponent are not multiplied together. Rather, the exponent indicates the "power" of the base number, the number of times the base is to be multiplied by itself. For example the expression 23, where the base is 2 and the exponent is 3, represents the product of 3 2s; that is, 2 x 2 x 2, equaling 8. Powers of zero are a special case. By convention, and to support exponent operations…

### What is the exponent of ten beyond which statistical probability becomes zero?

Although it's not clear which distribution you're referring to, I sense that I know what you mean. This is one of those situations where a function is only asymptotically zero, which is to say that it reaches zero only in the limit. But, no matter how large the exponent is, it never actually reaches zero; therefore, the probability never becomes zero. It only becomes extremely small.

### In Algebra what is exponent?

One way to view the exponent, especially when it is a natural number, is how many times something need to be multiplied by itself. So 4^5 has exponent 5 and base 4 and it means 4 multiplied by itself 5 times, ie 4x4x4x4x4 We can then extent this to negative integers and to an exponent of zero and then to rational exponents. More on that if you want to know.

### What is the exponent of 10000000000?

A number does not have an exponent in isolation. It has an exponent in the context of a base. The same number can have different combinations of base and exponent. For example, 64 = 8^2 or 4^3 or 2^6. A base cannot be zero but usually it is restricted to positive real numbers. In higher mathematics, the most common base is the irrational (even transcendental) number e = 2.71828...

### What is the exponent for of 32?

A number does not have an exponent in isolation. It has an exponent in the context of a base. The same number can have different combinations of base and exponent. For example, 64 = 8^2 or 4^3 or 2^6. A base cannot be zero but usually it is restricted to positive real numbers. In higher mathematics, the most common base is the irrational (even transcendental) number e = 2.71828...

### What is an exponent of 18?

A number does not have an exponent in isolation. It has an exponent in the context of a base. The same number can have different combinations of base and exponent. For example, 64 = 8^2 or 4^3 or 2^6. A base cannot be zero but usually it is restricted to positive real numbers. In higher mathematics, the most common base is the irrational (even transcendental) number e = 2.71828...

### What is the exponent of 5.5?

### What is the exponent of 105?

A number does not have an exponent in isolation. It has an exponent in the context of a base. The same number can have different combinations of base and exponent. A base cannot be zero but usually it is restricted to positive real numbers. In higher mathematics, the most common base is the irrational (even transcendental) number e = 2.71828...Thus 105 = 105^1 or 10^2.0212 or e^4.6540

### What are negative intergery exponents?

I assume you mean "negative integer exponents".It means that: * It is an exponent * It is an integer (whole number) * It is negative (less than zero, i.e., with a minus sign) A negative exponent is defined as the reciprocal of the positive exponent. For example, 10 to the power -5 is the same as 1 / (10 to the power 5).

### What is the equivalet of 0 exponent?

Any number except zero, raised to the power zero, equals 1. Zero to the power zero is not defined. Any number except zero, raised to the power zero, equals 1. Zero to the power zero is not defined. Any number except zero, raised to the power zero, equals 1. Zero to the power zero is not defined. Any number except zero, raised to the power zero, equals 1. Zero to the power zero is not…