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'''Zero '''(0) is a number that appears infinitely in the number [[pi]]. It first appears in the 33rd digit of pi.
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'''Zero '''(0) is a number that appears infinitely in the number [[pi]] (which is the case for every number in the Arabic system). It first appears in the 33rd digit of pi.
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
   

Latest revision as of 19:37, April 24, 2020

Zero (0) is a number that appears infinitely in the number pi (which is the case for every number in the Arabic system). It first appears in the 33rd digit of pi.

TriviaEdit

  • Zero is the only number to not be a negative or positive numeral.
  • When a number is multiplied by zero, it becomes zero, as zero has no value.
  • Dividing by zero is a known impossibility, as zero has no meaning. If this wasn't true, then Physics would have to either be warped or broke down.

WHY PI?

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