Decimals With An Exponent Of Zero by Justin Coslor 2021-10-22
Since any whole number to the zero (dimensional) exponent equals one,
here is what would happen if a decimal or sum of ratios from decimal
expansion were put to an zero (dimensional) exponent.
3.14 = 3^(0)*10^(0) + 1^(0)*10^(-1*0) + 4^(0)*10^(-2*0)
and that equals 1 + 1 + 1 points = 3 points.
Technically, the decimal digits are all part of the same portion, so the
whole number makes one point and the decimal digits portion makes
another point, when put to an zero (dimensional) exponent and they meet
at the decimal point. In other words it all begins with one odd object
in the heart of space. When treated as a whole object in parenthesis,
(3.14)^(0) = 1 point.
So considering a digit or decimal digit or fraction turned into a zero
(dimensional) exponent converts what it is into points that used to
represent a mathematical object.