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y = p q^t 2009-02-12
From Conor:
y= p x (q (to the power t) ) ; y= 100 when t = 2 and y= 4 when t= 0

a) find p and q
b) hence find y when t=4

Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
How can we explain to middle school students that 0^0=1? 2006-10-15
From Peter:
How can we explain to middle school students that 0^0=1?
Answered by Steve La Rocque, Penny Nom, Claude Tardif and Harley Weston.
15 to the zero 1998-06-24
From Mike Husken:
My daughter has the problem: 15 with an exponent of zero=1. Could you help explain why? I would appreciate an answer soon as she has class tomorrow.

Answered by Penny Nom and Patrick Maidorn.



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