limit as x approaches to zero....x power x power x

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limit as x approaches to zero....x power x power x

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\[\lim_{x \rightarrow 0} x^{x^{x}} = 0\] because \[n^{0} = 1, so \] \[0^{0} =1\] so \[0^{0^{0}} = 0^1 = 0.\]
No the limit is 1: limit of 0^0 is 1 1^0 = 1

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is thie answer 0 or 1?
its definitely 1 try plugging in x = .00001
is that an indeterminate form?
0^0 ? yes it is, but the limit of x^x as x->0 is 1
I'm still convinced it's 0 (see the attached plot). The limit of x^x for x->0 is 1, but for x^x^x, it should be 0.
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