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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 …have you should count 15, so when you times any number by 0 you end up having 0 number of groups or the groups contain 0 number of items either way you think of it you will always end up at zero. (MORE)

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No Its 0 Nope, 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 …- you can't divide it as you don't have an apple. If that makes sense..? (MORE)

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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 th…e first number as there are of the second number. For example, multiplying 2 by 3, you are taking three groups of 2. Three groups of two things are equal to six things; 2 times 3 = 6. If you multiply by zero, you are taking zero groups of a number. Zero groups of something is nothing (zero). (MORE)

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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… have nothing and add it to nothing, you must have nothing. Therefore, 0 + 0 = 0. Now, let's take 1 x 1. 1 x 1 = 1, because one of something one time is only that one something. So, if you have nothing and multiply it zero times, you still have nothing. Therefore 0 x 0 = 0. So, if you have the outcome of 0 in each equation, 0 + 0 must be the same as 0 x 0, because they will always equal 0. Zero is Zero. No further explanation required. (MORE)

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Yes, because 2x5 means five lots of two therefore if you have 5x0 it means you have zero lots of five, meaning the answer will be zero. This applies to all nmumbers multiplied… by zero. :) (MORE)

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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 eq…uations work. (MORE)

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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 …available with no nitrogen & phosphorus. (MORE)

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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…g three groups of 2. Three groups of two things are equal to six things; 2 times 3 = 6. If you multiply by zero, you are taking zero groups of a number. Zero groups of something is nothing (zero). So, applying this logic to the question... Zero (0, nothing) multiplied by one, is one zero (i.e. one nothing!) Zero (0, nothing) multiplied by three, is three nothings! Zero (0, nothing) multiplied by three hundred, is three hundred nothings! etc. So, no matter how many nothings you have, you still have nothing! (MORE)

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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. This limit is 0. Since the two limits are unequal, the value of 00 cannot exist. (MORE)

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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.… If one team scores a goal and the other fails to do so by the end of the game, the score would be 1-0. In the event that neither team scores at all, then the result would be 0-0. (MORE)