## x⁰

### When we have a number raised to the power of zero, like x⁰, the result is always 1

When we have a number raised to the power of zero, like x⁰, the result is always 1. This is true for any nonzero number x.

To understand why, we can think about the exponent as representing the number of times we are multiplying the base (x) by itself. For example, x³ means we are multiplying x by itself three times (x * x * x).

In this case, x⁰ would mean that we are not multiplying x by itself at all. Since any number multiplied by 1 remains unchanged, the result when x is multiplied by itself zero times is 1. Therefore, x⁰ is always equal to 1.

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