Q: What was the first number invented zero or digit?

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The number zero was the first "invented" number.

5. Count the number of digits from the first non-zero digit to the last non-zero digit.

The key in this type of problems is to advance from left to right, and to use the smallest possible digit in each case. Thus, the first digit (from the left) has to be a one, since a number doesn't start with a zero; the next digit has to be a zero; etc.

6210001000

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

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The number zero was the first "invented" number.

A leading digit is the digit/number at the beggining of a decimal number or regular number and is the first number to the left.

Any digit in a number which is to the right of the first digit which isn't a zero, including the first digit

5. Count the number of digits from the first non-zero digit to the last non-zero digit.

Zero is a digit.

The key in this type of problems is to advance from left to right, and to use the smallest possible digit in each case. Thus, the first digit (from the left) has to be a one, since a number doesn't start with a zero; the next digit has to be a zero; etc.

Zero.

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6210001000

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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

Since the integer part is the same (zero vs. zero), compare the FIRST decimal digit. The number with the larger decimal digit is the larger number.