Q: Who introduced the zero group?

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The Mayans

The Babylonians were the first to use the number zero in the 3rd century BC. It was used as a placeholder to signify that there were none of something.

The first mathematician is Arya bhatt.

It depends on the group of numbers that you have. If the number zero is not in the group, then no.

Because they needed something to represent nothing, so came up with 0.

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The Mayans

700 bc

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Yes - the concept of a zero in the list of counting numbers was introduced in around 628AD.

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Zero was not in use in ancient times. It was not introduced into Europe until the 12th century and then it came from Arabia.