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Indic history of mathematics

There are many misconceptions about Indian mathematics. According to this, if any number is added to zero by sum, separation or division, that number remains unchanged. But multiplied by zero, that number becomes zero.
That number in a particular place when divided by zero is called "Khahar". But multiplying a "Khahar" number by zero makes that number undone. This rule is different from the modern law but is scientific.
It has been said in our scriptures that
“संख्या सर्वस्य भेदिका” (Interlative is the father of institutional number). For the division of all tangible and intangible substances, there is the behavior of the number (द्रव्येषु भिन्नव्यवहारः पृथक्त्वारिक्तभेदवशात् संख्यावशाच्च)
First distinction (परत्व-अपरत्व) is called one, because it is common and unknowable. “एक इता सङ्ख्या। इता अनुगता सर्वत्र या सङ्ख्या सा एक। एकत्वं केवलान्वयीति। अत्यन्ताभाव अप्रतियोगित्वं च केवलान्वयीत्वम्”।
From that, the feeling of oneness remains in memory.
When more one is eclipsed, it is called " ".वहू In this, duality (एक और एक – द्वि, द्वि और एक त्रि आदि) is sentiment by expectation.

वहु से दो, तीन, चार, आठ, नौ, दश, शतetc all the numbers are restructuring by default century by decades the numbers that appears separately is one
द्वौ द्रुततरा सङ्ख्या। त्रयस्तीर्णतमा सङ्ख्या। चत्वारः चलिततमा सङ्ख्या। ... नव न वननीया नावाप्ता वा। दश दस्ता दृष्टार्था वा। दस्ता उपक्षीणा दसु उपक्षये। या पुनर्नबर्धते सा सङ्ख्या दश। विंशतिर्द्विदशतः। ... शतं दशदशतः। आदि”।
If there is another one of the same type, then it is also provoked momentarily. He is called dual for quick perception. If there is another of the same type, it is also surrendered viciously. For the same प्लवन-तरण the numberis called त्री (तॄ प्लवनतर॒णयोः॑)
Even children and animals become numerical. But there is no further numerology. Therefore, the latter number is called चत्तरdue to the moving number. All things are related to the relation of the five things (पाङ्क्तो वै यज्ञः)।
The latter number is called Panch due to the property of the page (पृच्यते स्म, सम्बन्धते स्म related information, contact information). The special numerical property of the new number is well known. By multiplying any number with nine, the sum of that number is nine.
There is never too much. Hence, that number is called Nava (नव न वननीया – न संभजनीया).
In the Vedic system, अङ्कानां वामतो motion: - There is a directive of others to write in the south to left direction. First unit, decade in his left, century in his left are written.
After nine, the number is subtracted and repeated. The latter number of nine is called Dash (दस्ता उपक्षीणा दसु उपक्षये) due to this Upakshana Bhava. Other numbers are multiples of the same (विंशतिर्द्विदशतः। ...
For that reason also, this number is called Dash (or restructuring number). e.t.c.
It is said to be void (superfluous wool), from which place it can move to another place and move elsewhere, (zero) imply absolute non-existence.).
We can only direct the present. Every object lives in the present. Therefore, they are called Sat. No object of the number can exist in the present (neither without the number of न विना सङ्ख्ययाकश्चित् सत्त्वभूतोऽर्थ उच्यते।
Therefore, the universal instruction is सङ्ख्यास्यादविवक्षिता). Due to non-directness, whose action-properties etc. cannot be instructed, that connotation is called असत्. Zero is untrue because it is not visible. No truth number can be directed from him.
That is why, by writing the first zero, Dash is written by writing the original number one in the left side of it.

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