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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - anon id: 3454db4e
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Zero isn't a counting number though.
#38 to #4 - anon id: 210f55fe
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zero is not a natural number, but it is whole
User avatar #6 to #4 - flixoe
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But it is a whole number.
#11 to #6 - anon id: 6a305795
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Zero is no number. Zero doesn't work in Maths. It was made up.
#47 to #11 - anon id: cd69b2a5
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1) Uh, zero is a number. It's actually the first number you construct from the Peano Axioms. If you're going for even more formal and abstract, then you'll find that zero is usually defined as the empty set. I repeat, the empty set, meaning it is insanely important to all mathematics.
2) Zero does in fact work in math. This only takes a high school education to know.
3) "Made up." This is debatable. The question is actually a very popular one in philosophy.
#32 to #11 - anon id: ab45075f
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it wasn't made up, even though it isn't technically a number it's still a founding factor in chemistry and other almost-mathmatical problems. it is the number we chose, deciding that having a name for the lack of a number was essential
#9 - jabatheslut
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User avatar #30 to #9 - nefarian
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>Implying being at home is worse for your health than getting drunk
>greentexting on FJ -kirkbot
#26 to #9 - mrdrpage
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User avatar #27 to #9 - mrdrpage
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A number of people care.
User avatar #15 to #9 - kirkbot
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>greentext on FJ
>nothing to do with content
>using emoticons on an imageboard
please die in a foyer
User avatar #52 to #15 - fyaq
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or the den
User avatar #29 - thegreenbutton
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A white guy with Glassses, must be Ed Snowden
User avatar #10 - toncheky
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Zero, mathematically though, is not a number.
#61 to #10 - toncheky
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Oh well.
#71 to #10 - CuloBandito
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User avatar #37 to #10 - yetaxaa
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zero is a number as is pi, -2.5736, rt2, and -5i + 4
They are different kinds of numbers but are all numbers.
#48 to #37 - anon id: cd69b2a5
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Just curious, what do you mean by rt2?
#65 to #48 - icefall
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I assume he means sqrt(2)
root of 2 > root 2 > rt2
#84 to #65 - anon id: cd69b2a5
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Ah, I've never seen that notation. Thanks.
#12 to #10 - woodywoodlinson
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User avatar #16 to #12 - toncheky
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not* mathematically, sorry.
#22 to #10 - killerabbit
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Hey, so let me show you around. Over here, we have a comedic statement that is neither improved or made less funny by your input. Thank you for playing.
#17 to #10 - icefall
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let me correct that,

Zero is a is not a NATURAL number i.e positive integer.

Zero is a number.
#45 to #17 - anon id: cd69b2a5
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Actually, zero can be a natural number. There's no single, accepted definition for the set N. Sometimes, it contains the non-negative integers (starting with 0) and sometimes just the positive integers (starting with 1), though the latter is more common.
#34 - strangesir
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I have been in a relationship a number of times...
#49 - anon id: 620bc98c
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zero is not a number, zero is a digit.
User avatar #79 to #49 - seriouslyblack
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you have a number of negative thumbs
#50 to #49 - zin
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Incorrect.
#33 - triggathepirate
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Zero ain't no number.
It's a shade.
User avatar #18 - vortexrain
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This reminds me of story Neil Tyson told.
He had to go in for jury duty, and when they read off the charges to the jury, he spoke up.
They said the man was in possession of 200 milligrams of some drug.
Neil pointed out that it was only .2 grams, and they asked him to leave.
User avatar #19 to #18 - vortexrain
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The point is is they tried to make it sound like he had a lot of the drug.
User avatar #57 - siggythepiggy
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**siggythepiggy rolls 788** I'M GOING TO PREDICT THE FUTURE! I CAN GUARANTEE I WILL ROLL A NUMBER OF NUMBERS
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User avatar #51 - fyaq
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my dick is a number of feet long.
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