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India's impressive concept about nothing
by Mariellen Ward
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8 August 2018
On 8 August 2018 BBC News reported:
The invention of zero was a hugely significant mathematical development, one that is fundamental to calculus, which made physics, engineering, and much of modern technology possible. ... The nation has long had a fascination with sophisticated mathematics. Early Indian mathematicians were obsessed with giant numbers, counting well into the trillions when the Ancient Greeks stopped at about 10,000. They even had different types of infinity.
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The invention of the zero was a hugely significant mathematical development, one that is fundamental to calculus, which made physics, engineering, and much of modern technology possible. But what was it about Indian culture that gave rise to this creation that's so important to modern India -- and the modern world?
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