--- In primenumbers@y..., "Jon Perry" <perry@g...> wrote:
> What is 0^0? (long story....)
The short answer to your long story... what do you want it to be?
[Side joke: Ask your accountant how much tax you owe.
A bad accountant: "I'm not really sure."
A good accountant: "Here is the correct amount."
A great accountant: "How much do you want to owe?"]
Well of course 0^0 is equal to the imaginary unit i.
Let f(x) = x
Let g(x) = (PI/2*i)/log(x)
Note that f(x)^g(x) = i.
Now compute f(x) and g(x) when x = 0.