Why Zero Is A Special Number ?

- jiteshmeghwal9

Why Zero Is A Special Number ?

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- jiteshmeghwal9

@estudier @Callisto @.Sam. @ganeshie8 @Mikael @mathslover any idea about this ??

- anonymous

What's a Special Number?

- mathslover

Good question estudier, @jiteshmeghwal9 in what sense?

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- jiteshmeghwal9

It has some kind of spaciality @estudier

- jiteshmeghwal9

speciality *

- jiteshmeghwal9

& @mathslover

- anonymous

Special how?

- jiteshmeghwal9

sir ! not so information about this :)

- anonymous

It is the additive entity.

- jiteshmeghwal9

i ask this question to get the right answer :)

- jiteshmeghwal9

I m very innocent ^_^ .

- anonymous

Not positive, not negative

- mathslover

lol are you talking about any news in hindi news paper? @jiteshmeghwal9

- anonymous

Not prime not composite

- anonymous

0! = 1

- anonymous

You cannot divide by 0

- jiteshmeghwal9

' @mathslover Bhaiya mere ghar mein akhbar hi nahin aata .'

- mathslover

haha fir to dimaag lagana padhega mujhe :(

- jiteshmeghwal9

Hindi toh bahut door ki baat hai

- mayankdevnani

Zero is technically not a number, but it is special because it allows several things to be done with math that could not be done without it. If zero represents nothing, negative integers can be used to express quantities less than nothing. Also, our number system is based on ten, and the zero to the right of a one means ten and no more. A two and a zero mean twenty and no more, and on and on.
@jiteshmeghwal9 ok is it clear??

- anonymous

By itself zero does not have any value but when placed after another digit it increases the value of that digit 10 folds, 100 folds etc. depending on how many zeros are placed after the digit........

- mathslover

@mayankdevnani please mention the link : http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_special_about_the_number_zero

- jiteshmeghwal9

well @estudier & others have given many specialties :)

- mayankdevnani

oh!! sry...

- mayankdevnani

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_special_about_the_number_zero

- mathslover

So one from my side :
\[\large{a^0=1}\]

- anonymous

http://www.siam.org/pdf/news/669.pdf
An entire paper on it.

- mathslover

\[\large{a*0 = 0 }\]
\[\large{a/0 = intermediate}\]

- anonymous

Zeroth order logic

- mathslover

7.000000 has no value but 700000000 has a value.

- jiteshmeghwal9

Ok ! total conclusion ?

- anonymous

Infinity's twin???

- anonymous

I blame the parents....

- mathslover

wait m typing

- anonymous

Zero (as pointed above) has several algebraic meanings of extraordinary nature
1)Neutral to addition
2)annihilating to multiplication
I should add several ANALYSIS specials
1) Infintisemal calculus in some sense is ALL AROUND ZERO
2) Infinity is the other compactification of real line (kind of zero)

- mathslover

Here we go:
\[\huge{\color{blue}{\textbf{I}}\color{green}{\mathbb{N}}\color{grey}{\mathsf{D}}\color{orange}{\mathsf{I}}\color{brown}{\text{A}}}\]

- mathslover

India gave the number zero, that's the specialty . :)

- anonymous

Analysts live in 0,1 (it's the only place that will take them)

- jiteshmeghwal9

my conclusion is that it doesn't have a value but this makes other values.

- mathslover

mentioned above by me : 7.000000 and 70000 , spot the difference.

- anonymous

0 in binary is 0000

- jiteshmeghwal9

\[\Huge{\color{gold}{\star \star \star}\color{red}{\cal{I}\color{green}{N}\color{blue}{D}\color{purple}{I}\color{Violet}{A}}}\]

- anonymous

Crore - 10000 = that

- jiteshmeghwal9

How is my \(\Huge{\color{Red}{LaTeX}}\)?

- anonymous

too loud, man, too loud

- mathslover

better than mine :)

- jiteshmeghwal9

Thanx !

- anonymous

It makes number system so simple and meaningful.

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