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In this chapter, we studied the Egyptian, Chinese, Roman, Babylonian, Mayan, and Greek numeration systems in additio

In this chapter, we studied the Egyptian, Chinese, Roman, Babylonian, Mayan, and Greek numeration systems in addition to our own Hindu-Arabic number system. Please research and respond to at least two of the following topics:

  • Which systems do/don't have a symbol for "zero"? If the system has a symbol for zero, what is it?
  • What is the history of the development of our Hindu-Arabic symbol "0" for zero?
  • Why is it important to have a symbol for zero? What confusion could arise in systems which don't have a symbol for zero? Please explain and give an example.

must contain at least 100 words.

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