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Q: When zero is added to any number the sum is always number it self?

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The number zero! Multiplied by itself = 0 x 0 = 0 Added to itself = 0 + 0 = 0!

zero + zero = zero

If zero is added to a whole number the answer would be the whole number because zero is the same as nothing

The only such number is zero.

Zero divided by anything is always zero.

No. It's always the number without a sign.

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

Zero.

no number

Yes, if you add zero to any number, it will always remain itself. The value of zero is, literally, nothing, so nothing would be added to any number.

It's the Identity Property of Zero.

Zero divided by any number is always zero and a number cannot be divided by zero.

Positive (or zero if the original number was zero).

Zero is divisible by anything. The answer is always zero.

Zero by definition is always a rational number. It can sometimes be the cause of mathematical concepts being undefined. For example, a number can not be divided by zero. Dividing by zero is undefined.

The product of zero and any number is always 0.

For the same reason that you can't divide a number by zero.

WHOLE

Zero.

A DTCC FINS number with zero's added

It will be the same as the original number.

A number multiplied by zero is always zero because zero is nothing, and if you have, for an example, the number one, and you have one zero times it is nothing. Another example is if you have no money, and i say i will triple all of your money, you will still have no money.

When any number is multiplied by it, the answer is always zero.

it's zero, not always counted as a number

Any number to the power of zero is always equal to 1