The answer to the question of what is x to the power of 0 is very simple and easy as $x^{0} = 1$. It looks very simple, but the question of how x^{0} = 1 now arises, and how true it is for all the values of “$x$”. What is $x^{0}$, when $x = 0$ […]

# Category Archives: Algebra

The multiplication property of inequality states that if both sides of an inequality are multiplied or divided by the same positive number, it will result in an equivalent inequality. For example, if $x<y$ and we multiply the both sides by $m$, then $xm < ym$ and similarly if we divide both sides by “$m$”, then […]

Caltech vs MIT: Both the universities are a cut above the rest when it comes to research and development in science and technology. In this article, we will compare these two universities based on location, admission criteria, academic programs, fee structure, financial aid, student community, and various other factors. This article will help high school students […]

Inverse variation means that a variable has an inverse relationship with another variable, i.e., the two quantities are inversely proportional or varies inversely to each other. Mathematically, it is defined by the relation $y = dfrac{c}{x}$, where $x$ and $y$ are two variables and $c$ is a constant. Two quantities $x$ and $y$ are said […]

The elimination method is an important technique widely used when we’re working with systems of linear equations. It is essential to add this to your toolkit of Algebra techniques to help you work with different word problems involving systems of linear equations. The elimination method allows us to solve a system of linear equations by […]