I know that the "discovery" (rather invention) of the number zero was revolutionary and is seen as VERY important...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I've always had some suspicion to the zero by some unknown reason... I decided some weeks ago to figure out what it is that is wrong with the zero...

So could someone please tell me in what ways the zero is SO very important...

What I've thought of yet is that the zero doesnt exist in reality but is just an invention to make stuff work.. but what?

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# Importance of zero

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