
Re: Leaving 0^0 undefined  A numbertheoretic rationale
Posted:
Sep 11, 2013 5:09 PM


Dan Christensen wrote:
> > Show me a contradiction that arises from 0^0 = 0.
The product of the empty set is 1, hence 0^0 = 1. That contradicts 0^0 = 0. Therefore 0^0 doesn't = 0.
> Example: A contradiction arises from 0^0 = 2 by substituting into 0^0 = 0^0 * 0^0. 2=/=4.
 Sorrow in all lands, and grievous omens. Great anger in the dragon of the hills, And silent now the earth's green oracles That will not speak again of innocence. David Sutton  Geomancies

