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The use of zero as a number should be distinguished from its use as a placeholder figure in place value systems. Many ancient Indian texts use the Sanskrit shunya word to refer to the concept of the void; in mathematical text, this word is often used to refer to zero numbers. . In the same way, Pāṇini (5th century BC) uses zero (zero-publishing, lambda publication) in its algebraic grammar, Ashtadhyayi, for Sanskrit (see also Pingala)
The records show that the Greeks seem uncertain about the status of zero as a number: they wondered about “how ‘nothing’ could be something?”, And led to the debate of philosophy and the Middle Ages, as well as the debate interesting religion about the nature and existence of zero and vacuum. The Zeno paradox of Elea depends largely on uncertain zero interpretations. (The Greeks also questioned whether 1 was one of the numbers.)
The Olmec people of south-central Mexico later began to use the true zero in the New World, possibly since the 4th century BC but certainly in 40 BC. The true zero is made by them as a necessary figure for the Mayan figures and Mayan calendar, but their use does not affect the systems of the Old World figures.
By the year 130 AD, Ptolemy influenced by Hipparchus and the Babylonians, using a symbol for zero (a small circle with a long bar on it) before that, used the alphabet in a decimal number system. Because these zero numbers are used separately, and not just placeholders, this zero is the true zero-use of the ‘documented’ for the first time in the Old World. For later Roman manuscripts for his work, Syntaxis Mathematica (Almagest), the form of Ptolemy’s zero form has been transformed into Greek, omicron (before it means 70).
By 525 AD, another true zero was used in the tables, along with the Roman numerals (the first known use was by Dionysius Exiguus), but as a word, ie nulla meaning none, instead of being one symbol. When a division produces zero as the remainder, nil that also means none exists, it is used. This Medieval Zeros was used by all later Medieval (Medieval counters). In about 725 AD, N parap has been used in Roman numerals by Bede, or his colleague, and is an isolated use, as well as a true zero symbol.
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