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Many languages have adopted the word "zero": english, catalan, french (zéro), portuguese, romanian, spanish (cero), wallon (zérô), albanian, polish, japanese... In fact, researchers discovered that Pirahã tribe of Brazil, with a population of 200, have no words beyond ONE, two and many.

Europe is divided into two regions: the ', 'zero' in Latin). The word for "one" can also mean "a few", while "two" can also be used to refer to "not many"...

This mainly occurs when infinity and zero are misused in expressions.

Not all indeterminate forms produce a Na N: for instance, the division 1/0 makes no sense in pure mathematics, but curiously enough in IEEE 754 this fraction is, by convention, equal to ∞ (hence 1/∞ = 0).

One day he used a symbol '.' which he called , 'empty') into Italian equivalent zefiro, shortened to zero afterwards. The martial art known as "Taijiquan" based its movement's philosophies upon the notion of Taiji. When it comes to counting, a remote Amazonian tribespeople have been found to be lost for words.

We can say that the sum of Grandi's series is Na N.' is the square root of -1, for b 0.

Imaginary numbers (and complex numbers in general) are essential for describing physical reality and have concrete applications in: electromagnetism, signal processing, control theory, quantum mechanics, cryptology, and cartography...

is the diagonal a rectangular box having 1, 2 and 2-unit sides. Another example with a larger recurring decimal: 1/23 = 0.0434782608695652173913...

If the denominator of a rational number is not divisible by 3, then the repeating part of its decimal expansion is an integer divisible by 9. has a repeating part '0434782608695652173913' divisible by 9.Na Ns are close to some undefined or inderterminate expressions in mathematics.