Q: Who developed a counting system that included zero?

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The set of counting (natural) numbers is the set of all positive integers, while the set of whole numbers is the set of all positive integers included zero.

The counting numbers are the whole numbers that start at 1 and end at infinity. Although zero is considered a whole number, it is not a counting number.

The sum of the first 50 counting numbers, excluding zero, is 1,251.

The set of whole numbers.

Zero.

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The Romans invented a method for writing numbers but so did other cultures. The Indians developed a numbering system that included the zero. There was no zero in the Roman system.

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Maya Counting: The ancient Maya developed a very advanced number system. They were the first in the Americas to use the number zero. Today, people in the Americas count based on the number ten. In ancient Maya times, Maya counting was based on the number twenty.

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The ancient Mayans were skilled in math and developed the concept of zero. They had a highly advanced number system and were able to perform complex mathematical calculations. This development of zero greatly influenced mathematics throughout the world.

Counting numbers are whole numbers except for zero.Example: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5... and so onNote: Zero is sometimes included, but you really cannot count zero so the standard definition excludes it.

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a binary system of counting in ones and zero's lol

the Mayan number system is called the Hieroglyphics, they thought that zero counted as a number, so they put that zero into the counting system... i hope this answer helps

Gupta mathematicians developed the concept of zero in the use of math, and also developed the decimal system based on the number 10. They also created a number writing system that was later adopted by the Islamic Empire. This system became known as Arabic Numerals, but is really a Gupta achievement.