## 9 Replies to “ (1+1) X 0 = 0 ”

1. Grojora says:
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2. Tern says:
Feb 02,  · When x is not 0, x^0 is equal to 1, because that definition is consistent with the rules for exponents, as you mentioned: x^0 = x^() = x^1 / x^1 = x/x = 1 These rules don't work when x = 0.
3. Ararn says:
Fig. 5: y = ax / x where a = 2 Fig. 6: y = x / x 3 The indeterminate form 0 / 0 {\displaystyle 0/0} is particularly common in calculus, because it often arises in the evaluation of derivatives using their definition in terms of limit.
4. Maukora says:
To evaluate the given numerical expression and thus answer this question, we need to consider the established order of operations in mathematics. Looking at this particular numerical expression, by the established order of operations, you first.
5. Gardakazahn says:
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6. Nigore says:
Two numbers r and s sum up to -2 exactly when the average of the two numbers is \frac{1}{2}*-2 = You can also see that the midpoint of r and s corresponds to the axis of symmetry of the parabola represented by the quadratic equation y=x^2+Bx+C.
7. Tojabei says:
Root 1 at {x,y} = {, } Root 2 at {x,y} = { , } Solve Quadratic Equation by Completing The Square Solving x 2-x-1 = 0 by Completing The Square. Add 1 to both side of the equation: x 2-x = 1 Now the clever bit: Take the coefficient of x, which is 1, divide by two, giving 1/2, and finally square it giving 1/4 Add 1/4 to.
8. Moogujas says:
Solve for x 3x-1=0. Add to both sides of the equation. Divide each term by and simplify. Tap for more steps Divide each term in by. Cancel the common factor of. Tap for more steps Cancel the common factor. Divide by. The result can be shown in multiple forms. Exact Form: Decimal Form.
9. Kagakazahn says:
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