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- A mathematically tractable notion of zero is attributed to the great Indian thinker Brahmagupta around 650CE. When married with the other Indian discovery of positional notation, calculation became much more accessible.
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- Depending on your jingoistic proclivity: zero was either invented by the Babylonians or the Mayans or the Hindu astronomer and mathematician Brahmagupta who developed a symbol for zero in 628 by placing a dot under numbers. He also developed ...
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- Né affronta i problemi difficili dell'algebra indeterminata, cosicché quella che propone è meno avanzata sia rispetto all'algebra ellenistica di Diofanto sia rispetto all'algebra indiana di Brahmagupta.
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