India did not invent the number 0. The number 0 is invented by the people who invented the rest of numbers
Indian invented the number 0 (Zero) Indian invented the number 0 (Zero)
The number 0 was invented by Aryabhatta who was from Indian (Asian) mathematician.
zero was invented by great mathematician Aryabhata.
Bhaskaracharya invented the number 0
Aryabhatta.....he invented 0
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The number 0 it was 'invented' centuries later.
They invented a number system including the number 0.
They invented the Mayan calender to keep track of the days.They also invented the number 0 (zero) to organize days and keep the calender straight.
The Babylonians first invented the number we ALL KNOW OF as 0
It's not the number 1 that's important -- it's the number 0 --- it allowed higher math calculations beyond 9. That was invented in India. Numbers 1-9 were invented by everyone with fingers.
The number zero was the first "invented" number.
The one we use today is mainly the Hindu-arabic one (they invented 0)
Since that seems to be a number you invented, it has just as many zeroes as you want it to have.
zero was invented by aryabhatt
The number one was invented by the number zero. He was there first. :)
a guy invented the number one!
Before the number 0 was invented, people had to write out numbers as symbols. This was very monotonous if you had to write a number more than 1,000. In Babylonia, it was invented to overcome this problem. It was a lot easier than the Ancient Egyptians and Greeks ways.
I'm not exactly sure who, but the term developed in India meaning "something empty". Early Moslems (Muslims) adapted the term and named it "zero". And technically, 0 isn't a number, it's a placeholder.
No number was invented. They were discovered in ancient times.
Nobody invented them, they are just names for numbers. A prime number has only 2 factors which are 1 and itself. Composite numbers are everything else except 1 and 0. 1 and 0 are neither prime, nor composite.
0 + 0 Equals 0
Of course, it was the Aztecs because they invented the number system
a mathematician who invented number 1