Who Invented the Number 0?

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The number zero was invented by the people of ancient India, who also invented what Westerners refer to as Arabic numerals (because they were brought to Europe from India by Arab traders).
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The number zero was not invented until almost 400BC in India by Aryabhatta. Funny how easy it is to take that little place holder for granted.
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Double check this but me thinks the zero was invented in India like long ago.
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The Maya invented the number zero for their calendars in the 3rd century AD. It was
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