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Topic: Formal proof of the ambiguity of 0^0
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Re: Formal proof of the ambiguity of 0^0
Posted: Nov 18, 2013 6:46 PM
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"Peter Percival" <peterxpercival@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> Julio Di Egidio wrote:
>> "Peter Percival" <peterxpercival@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:l6e75r$hp1$1@news.albasani.net...

>>> Dan Christensen wrote:

>>>> While 0^0 = 1 may make sense in some applications, it doesn't make
>>>> sense if you are trying to formalize the notion repeated
>>>> multiplication of natural numbers. As I have shown here, it is only
>>>> one of infinite possibilities.

>>> You count 0 among the natural numbers, don't you? If you can multiply
>>> any finite number of numbers together, say n of them, then the case n
>>> = So if you multiply the numbers in the empty set together what do you
>>> get?

>> Back to square one?? Congratulations to you, too: troll and spammer.

> Why do you think I'm a troll and a spammer?

I have just said it, now fuck off.


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