6 years ago in Digital Electronics

Any number with an exponent of zero is equal to:

[A] one
[B] zero
[C] that number
[D] ten
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Shweta Yadav
Shweta Yadav - 5 months ago

Shweta Yadav is saying zero is correct answer

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Saurabh Birajdar - 7 months ago

Saurabh Birajdar is saying zero is correct answer

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Deep - 9 months ago

Deep from Kolkata, India is saying one is correct answer

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Mohamed Ibrahim - 11 months ago

Mohamed Ibrahim from Palestine is saying one is correct answer

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indhuja indhuja - 1 year ago

indhuja indhuja from Erode, India is saying one is correct answer

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