Monday, 30 April 2012

Z is for Zero

Z is for Zero, Zilch, nothing or sunya. Zero is a great number, isn't it? On its own it has no value but add to the end of the number, the number increases in value by ten times. More zeroes more value. How did somebody come up with something to represent nothing? Indians have invented this great number to represent void or vacuum. I like the shape of this number too, never know where it ends or where it begins. Something like T S Eliot's In my beginning is my end. I love this number, do you?

Last post for the A to Z Blogging Challenge.

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