Q: Which Indian scientist invented the digit Zero?

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Zero wasn't invented by a single known person called aryabtta a Indian scientist.

Aryabhata, a great Indian scientist (476-550 CE)

indian numerals do not have zeor '0' digit, arabs invented 'zero' 0.

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an ancient indian scientist aryabhatta

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"An unknown Indian" invented ZERO. Aryabhatta invented decimal system and determined the value of PI (3.14........). Ramadhar Dwivedi CIMFR Roorkee

It is attributed to Indian mathematicians.

It was an India Indian, not an American Indian.

Zero is itself a digit so the question does not really make sense. However, the non-zero digits are older than zero. For example, consider the Roman number system which had no zero.

The Mayas invented zero before it was introdiced to Europe. This allowed them to make complex calculations.