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It's also worth mentioning we have invented every single type of number.I think SK's link dove into this topic a bit. Or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero. Anyway, here's my attempt at an explanation:
Basically the number zero was invented because it makes it easier to think about math when you have zero. It's possible to do math where you only have 1 2 3 4 etc but then you get stuck with questions like what is 4-4? And this is a question that can come up pretty easily in real life (if I have 4 apples and you steal 4 of them then how many apples do I have?) so coming up with a number called 0 allows me to think more easily about these questions.
It's really the same reason that we invented negative numbers, rational numbers, real numbers, and complex numbers. It's just that the need for the number 0 is a lot more obvious than the need for i or 7/3 or -57
...M2K in his Reddit AMA introduction said:I play Project M and 64 too, and I currently like Project M a lot more than 64 (because the way I play 64 with Kirby makes the game lame for everybody including myself. I only use Kirby because he's cheap and I don't want to practice tech skill in that game.
In a ****ing google spreadsheet how do I write a fraction without this mother****er changing it to a date? Like 6/7 being changed to 6/7/2013.
Edit: nevermind I will just write 6 since it's always 7 anyway.
It's also worth mentioning we have invented every single type of number.
Imagine trying to solve every quadratic without zero, it's impossible. So zero becomes a necessity in algerbra. Same applies for fractions and negative numbers.
Eventually they got to equations that still couldn't be solved so that's how imaginary numbers came about.
We can now solve every algerbraic equation so there's no need to invent more numbers.
Oh yeah it was totally intuitive to ask another question that what I wanted. I didn't want to "divide" a number at all, I wanted it to NOT change what I write. So thanks for your useless answer. Also you're really annoying in everything you say so I'll ignore you, don't bother answering (or do it because I know how hard it is not to answer and I won't read nor answer back).http://spreadsheets.about.com/od/tipsandfaqs/qt/divide_excel.htm
First link on google when searching "how to divide numbers in spreadsheet".
Google search: 0.28 seconds
Time from when you posted question to when reply was posted with correct answer: 32 minutes
Again, you are so bad at using the internet. You should be impeached.