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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.

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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.

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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.

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

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  • The Indian economist Brahmagupta and Al-Khowërazmi coined these notions in order to generate the negative numbers which in the early modern period would help balance the books in double-entry book keeping.

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  • 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.

    The Hindu-Arabic Numerals

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

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

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

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

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