It is commonly taught that
any number to the zero power is 1,
and zero to any power is 0.
But if that is the case, what is zero to the zero power?
Well, it is undefined
(since x^{y} as a function of 2 variables
is not continuous at the origin).
But if it could be defined,
what "should" it be? 0 or 1?
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The Math Behind the Fact:
We'll give several arguments to show that the answer
"should" be 1.

