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Aryabhatta Contribution In The Search For Zero

Aryabhatta Contribution In The Search For Zero

In order to solve complex mathematical problems easily, he invented equations, which became famous all over the world. He invented a new method for speaking eleven, zero-like numbers one after the other. In algebra, he made many amendments and introduced the ‘Arya theory’ of mathematics astrology.

In old age, Aryabhatta wrote a book called ‘Aryabhata Siddhanta’. Aryabhatiya is a complete book. So, this book contains many things of mathematics like geometry, square root (√), cube root, astronomical calculations and things related to space.

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