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Topic: Could 0^0=0? Maybe!
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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Re: Could 0^0=0? Maybe!
Posted: Sep 27, 2013 2:28 PM
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oops; the zeroes going off is not Hensel's emma
> > > - Does 0.999... = 1?

bring on L'Hopiral and/or Bernoulli
> > > - Is 1/0 = oo?

Fermat's proof of "le theorem dernierre -- please
> > > - Short proofs of FLT
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> > > - How can switching doors improve your odds in the Monty Hall game?
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> this is not a game show, Geoffery


sorry; I thought you were providing answers, big g



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