Posted by **robert** on Thursday, January 31, 2008 at 6:28pm.

Which is equivalent to the expression (a squared + a to the fourth power) to the 0 power?

a)0

b)1

c)a to the 6 power

d)a to the eigth power

I got answer a by adding 2 and 4 and multiplying it by 0. Is this right?

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