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Re: Can I define 0^0 to be 1 for a notebook


On 12/15/05 at 6:07 AM, thomas.??? at balliol.ox.ac.uk (Thomas
Schmelzer) wrote:

>If I enter 0^0 Mathematica keeps teeling me that this is an
>indeterminate expression. Can I define for a single notebook the rule
>"0^0 = 1?" How to do that?

This can be accomplished as follows:

Unprotect[Power]
Power[0,0]=1
Protect[Power]

This technique can be used to modify the output from virtually any built in Mathematica function. However, modifying built in functions is generally not a good idea and will likely lead to unexpected (and possibly incorrect) results.
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