Carbon Dating Of Manuscript and Origin Of Zero

According to Wiki,” Carbon Dating Of Manuscript and Origin Of Zero.
In the 5th century and a century later Brahmagupta introduced the symbol for zero.
the zero concepts, developed by the Hindus in India.
northern India system is the Vikrama Era, which is related to the Bikrami calendar linked to Vikramaditya.
Modern usage of Zero is different words used for the number or concept of zero depending on the context. Sometimes the words nought, naught and aught are used. Several sports have specific words for zero, such as nil in association football (soccer), love in tennis and a duck in cricket. It is often called oh in the context of telephone numbers. Slang words for zero include zip, zilch, nada, and scratch. Duck egg and goose egg are also slang for zero.
Zero is an even number because it is divisible by 2 with no remainder. 0 is neither positive nor negative. Zero is a natural number, and then the only natural number not to be positive.
In physics, the zero-point energy is the lowest possible energy that a quantum mechanical physical system may possess and is the energy of the ground state of the system.
early classic computer science programming languages such as Fortran and COBOL. However, in the late 1950s, LISP introduced zero-based numbering for arrays while Algol 58 introduced completely flexible basing for array subscripts (allowing any positive, negative, or zero integer as the base for array subscripts), and most subsequent programming languages adopted one or other of these positions.
In telephony, pressing 0 is often used for dialing out of a company network or to a different city or region, and 00 is used for dialing abroad. In the USA, Canada 0 is for the operator I am not sure about other countries if they are using dialing 0 places a call for operator assistance” .:)


Author: King Pan

King Pan, is the history of Panwar's. They are Indian Hindu. They speak Hindi and Rajasthani languages.

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