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Zero took its first tentative steps as a bona fide number under the tutelage of Indian mathematicians such as Brahmagupta, who in the seventh century showed how shunya behaved toward its number siblings.

Zero took its first tentative steps as a bona fide number under the tutelage of Indian mathematicians such as Brahmagupta, who in the seventh century showed how shunya behaved toward its number siblings.

Zero took its first tentative steps as a bona fide number under the tutelage of Indian mathematicians such as Brahmagupta, who in the seventh century showed how shunya behaved toward its number siblings.

Brahmagupta (b. 598) systematized the rules of astronomy, arithmetic, algebra, and geometry.

The Indian economist Brahmagupta and AlKhowërazmi coined these notions in order to generate the negative numbers which in the early modern period would help balance the books in doubleentry book keeping.

Brahmagupta, who lived in Ujjain, the center of Indian astronomy, [190] in the early part {53} of the seventh century, gives in his arithmetic [191] a distinct treatment of the properties of zero.

She recalled the contributions of Aryabhatta and Brahmagupta to the development of Algebra and Astronomy.

She recalled the contributions of Aryabhatta and Brahmagupta to the development of Algebra and Astronomy and also that of Bhaskaracharya.

Defined in 628 by Brahmagupta as the result of a whole number substracted from itself.

Defined in 628 by Brahmagupta as the result of a whole number substracted from itself.
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