L is any integer other than a power of 10. M is any integer. Show that there is an integral power of L that begins with the sequence of digits given in M.
If we exclude leading zeroes, then the integer L, where L = 0, will have no integral power that begins with the sequence of digits given in M, such that M is any nonzero integer or 1.
All integral powers of 0, except where the exponent is itself 0, are 0. 0^{0}, according to some is an "indeterminate form," but by others, it is, by convention, equal to 1.

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