Q: Did the ancient Indians invent the number zero?

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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.

R.A Bhatta invented the number zero

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 was invented independently in India

You can invent an infinite number of sets that don't contain the number zero. For a start, a common set that doesn't contain the zero is the set of natural, or counting, numbers (1, 2, 3...).You can invent an infinite number of sets that don't contain the number zero. For a start, a common set that doesn't contain the zero is the set of natural, or counting, numbers (1, 2, 3...).You can invent an infinite number of sets that don't contain the number zero. For a start, a common set that doesn't contain the zero is the set of natural, or counting, numbers (1, 2, 3...).You can invent an infinite number of sets that don't contain the number zero. For a start, a common set that doesn't contain the zero is the set of natural, or counting, numbers (1, 2, 3...).

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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.

Yes. "The number zero was introduced by the ancient Indians."

R.A Bhatta invented the number zero

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 was invented independently in India

if you are in 6th grade, or know someone in 6th grade look at page 137 in an Ancient Cililization book.

if you are in 6th grade, or know someone in 6th grade look at page 137 in an Ancient Cililization book.

The concept of zero! :D

No, the the Greeks did not invent the number zero. The Mayans were the ones to create the number zero.

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.

The Babylonians were first to think about the concept within their system, but the Indians introduced it as a number as we know it today.

Yes, then it was forgotten and re-invented by the Babylonians, forgotten again and finally nailed down by the Indians.