## The Dialectical Quintographer’s Answer To 0^{0}, Expressed With Two Confluent Parameters

### Method 1. Arithmetick Parameter

**Assumptions**

**Vistula Theorem:**Where x < 1 and y > 1, multiplication of x and y satisfies the conditions for**dialectical arithmetick**.**First Macaronic Theorem:**All numbers multiplied by 0 return 0, the ultimate harbinger of smallness.**Second Macaronic Theorem:**All numbers divided by 0 return a largeness which defies language.- x
^{0}= x • (1 ÷ x)

*Thus…*

0^{0} = 0 • (1 ÷ 0)

Upon the penning of this **dialectical product**, the First and Second Macaronic Theorem are thrust into a **Vistulan maelstrom**; a sort of trench warfare of dialectics in which **Grenades of Spirite** are thrown. To resolve this mayhem, we must sign a peace treaty between the Macaronic Theorems in which the **impact** of both is **respected**. Luckily, since the Macaronic Theorems are both derived from the same postulate, we can recall the **Parable of the Limbless Cat** and determine their impact to be equivalent, and so 0^{0} must be an average of the values expected by both Theorems.

Thus, 0^{0} = 1 ÷ 2.

### Method 2. Sociological Parameter (Sir England’s Last Proof)

Adequate documentation as to the existence of this Parameter is yet to surface.