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Why the answer is always 0 when you multiply by 0?

Think of multiplying as having a certain amount of groups with so many items in it. For example 3*5 would be 3 groups having 5 items in each when you count how many items you (MORE)

Is 0 divided by 0 1?

No Its 0Nope, you can't divide 0 by anything because you can't divide  "nothing" by something. You'd still end up with nothing. Like  dividing an apple that you don't have - (MORE)

Why is 0 multiply by 0 equals 0?

This is because of the identity property of multiplication Anything mutiply by zero is zero. When you multiply a number by a different number, you take as many groups of the (MORE)

Why is 0 plus 0 the same as 0 times 0 why?

Interesting question. 0 + 0 = 0 x 0, but why? Let's take 1 +1 as an example. 1 + 1 = 2, because one of something plus one of something equal two of something. So, if you ha (MORE)

Is 0 0 always 0?

  0+0 is always 0 0-0 is always 0 0*0 is always 0 0/0 is undetermined, and can basically be any value. 0^0 is a bit fuzzy. It's often used as 1 because it makes equati (MORE)

What is 0 0 60 fertilizer?

The three numbers on a bag of fertilizer indicate the percentage of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium available. So in the case of 0,0,60 fertilizer, there is 60% potassium (MORE)

Why can you multiply 0 by a number and get 0?

When you multiply a number by a different number, you take as many groups of the first number as there are of the second number. For example, multiplying 2 by 3, you are takin (MORE)

What is 0 to the power of 0?

  00 is undefined. Consider the limit of x0 as x approaches 0. Since x0 = 1 for every positive value of x, the limit is 1. Now consider the limit of 0x as xapproaches 0. (MORE)

What is 0-0?

    This relates to a sport known as 'Football' where two teams of eleven men compete on a grass field for 90 minutes in order to score more goals than the other team. (MORE)

Is 0 is a subset of 0?

0 is subset of 0 no doubt. subset means taking part of universal set.here you are taking whole part of universal set.so 0 is subset of 0.
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