Where Did the Number Zero Come from?

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Zero is the inventions of Indians. Zero traveled over the World due to various travelers from England & UK countries. Zero has unique importance in Maths & Technology.
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Zero is basically its own unique number. It is not even or odd. It is not a prime number. It is also not a composite number. Zero is, however, a rational number.
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India.
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1. Set a timer for 5 minutes and count as quickly as you can until the timer signals the 5 minutes have expired. Take this number, no matter how high or low it is, and use long division
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It's not so much the inclusion of zero as it is the use of a positional number-system, like our modern base-10 one. The Maya were using base 20, and had a relatively simplistic way
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