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A strategic zero is an incomplete or zero (percent) taken on a project/homework assignment so that if an individual has a limited number of lates, they can be used on larger, more important assignments/projects. This is usually done in high school.
Teacher Fred: Aren't you going to use up a late on that unimportant yet time-consuming math project?

Minny: No, I think I'll take a strategic zero. Thank-you for the suggestion though.
by Mookie Eleanor February 18, 2008
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