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That's sort of a tough question. It's basically by definition.
its by exponents
If you want to think about it, raising a number A to the power B means `number A, B times, with all those times multiplied together'. If you have it 0 times, you don't have it, so we say it's one.
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A number raised to the zero power is always one because.. it's just how it works..
Look at this:
1= 3^0/3^0, can we agree on that? A number divided by itself is 1. However, for that to be true, we know that if 3^0 is 0, we have 0/0, a mathematical impossibility.
Additionally, exponants are a sequence.
2^1 = 2
2^2 = 2*2
2^3 = 2*2*2
If we follow the rule, 2^0 has to be 1 in order to follow the sequence.
I refer you to this page: http://mathforum.org/dr.math/faq/faq.number.to.0power.html