Brahmagupta's Brahmasphuṭasiddhanta is the first book that provides rules for arithmetic manipulations that apply to zero and to negative numbers.[20] The Brahmasphutasiddhanta is the earliest known text to treat zero as a number in its own right, rather than as simply a placeholder digit in representing another number as was done by the Babylonians or as a symbol for a lack of quantity as was done by Ptolemy and the Romans. In chapter eighteen of his Brahmasphutasiddhanta, Brahmagupta describes operations on negative numbers. He first describes addition and subtraction,
The result of doing this is not unlike what happens when you add ketchup to a hotdog.Just don't divide by it.
You can improve zero by dividing it? I'm confused.The result of doing this is not unlike what happens when you add ketchup to a hotdog.
You can divide by zero all the time with limits and such, it's just not going to result in a rational number.The result of doing this is not unlike what happens when you add ketchup to a hotdog.
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Trying to figure out what 0 is has been the reason for many large disappearance events over the course of Earth's history including Roanoke, Atlantis and the Mayans. It is also believed that early mammals plotted the extinction of the dinosaurs using the bizarre properties of zero.
FalseKetchup on hotdogs is a fine thing.
True (nobody is perfect)People who object are probably morally deficient.
False, it was long ago determined.But, we should maintain the straight and narrow way to determine the nature of zero.
0 / 3 does not have a remainder, therefore 0 is odd?0 / 2 does not have a remainder, therefore 0 is even
This is also true of buttholes. I am not sure why you want to remind everyone of the culinary similarity between buttholes and ketchup.Hot Dogs were made to hold ketchup.
now try that argument with 6 instead of 00 / 3 does not have a remainder, therefore 0 is odd?