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The ancient Egyptians did not have a number zero.

The Mayans knew the number zero and the Indians also knew (independent from another). The Indians passed it on to the Arabs and the Arabs brought it to the Mediterranean and later all of Europe.

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the number zero is first used by Indians only not by any one else<br /><br /><br /><br /> The number zero was actually invented by the <i><b>Ancient Egyptians

Zero is a placeholder. The Ancient Chinese used it, the ancient Egyptians used it, ancient India and the Arabs used it. The word came into English from Italian zero.

zero + zero = zero

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the number zero is first used by Indians only not by any one else<br /><br /><br /><br /> The number zero was actually invented by the <i><b>Ancient Egyptians

Zero is a placeholder. The Ancient Chinese used it, the ancient Egyptians used it, ancient India and the Arabs used it. The word came into English from Italian zero.

The Ancient Egyptians.

Egyptians!!! The concept of zero was invented by the ancient Indians, google 'Shunya'. Also the modern decimal system was invented in ancient India, and passed along to the west by Arabs.

Did u mean how to make a number zero?. If so, then the answer is to make a number zero, it is needed to multiply the number with Zero .

zero + zero = zero

No. A negative number is a number below zero, not zero itself.The number zero is neither negative nor positive.

egyptians used number sense

A number multiplied by zero equals zero.

There is not always a zero at the end if the number. there is a zero if the number is divisible by five.

No number exists. ============ Zero is not a factor of any number but zero.

The ancient Egyptians used the decimal number system.