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Why any number raised to the power of zero is always zero like 10 or 100 is always 1.
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By to day I have completed a mathematical work of about thousand pages, and in an hour’s time the setting of the book shall be completed.
Commentary on Vedic Mathematics of 10 pages is given in 600 pages and 30 pages in 1000 pages Now tell me an example:
Q’ner : 100 X 0 = 0, 1000 = 1, How this can be explained ?
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Zero and One are base numbers. We have written 8-10 books on Zero and One .
What in English is called Binary System, we have named as ‘ Dvayank Paddhati.’ – Zero and One.
The entire mathematics is built on Zero and One, whose origin is endless. Let us see the example:
10 -1 = 9, 9 -1 = 8, 8-1= 7, 7-1= 6, 6 – 1 = 5, 5 – 1 = 4, 4 – 1 = 3, 3 – 1 = 2, 2 – 1 = 1, and 1 – 1 = 0
Therefore 0 + 1 = 1.
To transform Zero to One, it is necessary to use One, Is’nt it?
So to make Zero to One, we made use of One.
So we treat Zero and One are eternal numbers without a beginning.
We have named them as Sannikat Nirvishesh (the closest unspecified) One is Zero.
The closest specified of Zero is One.
Hence both numbers are eternal and without a beginning ,as in Vedanta, like the Prakruti and Purusha Duo.
prakṛtiṅ puruṣaṅ caiva viddhyanādī ubhāvapi.[ Gita 13-20]
These two are eternal . Similarly the power of Zero is One.
The fundamental aspect of One is Zero.
When you go on and on at the end what remains is either Zero or One.
There by raising the power we got One and zero plus zero, zero minus zero, and zero multiplied by zero, the resultant is zero ,
we have given procedure for arriving at the result in all these cases.
When One is subtracted from One , the result is zero.
Any number is subtracted from the same number the resultant number is zero.
If zero is subtracted from zero the resultant number is zero.
Why One is known as One ?
Because it is one number greater than Zero its name is One.
Why two is known as Two? Because it is two numbers greater than Zero.
So, Why 2 – 2 = 0 ?
Because from two it is two numbers behind, hence Zero.
In this way both zero and one are primary numbers where there remains zero and here by raising in power remains one.
The basic fundamentalism is expressive in these two numbers.
It was also written in Mudgal Purana – the name of Single-toothed Ganesha is Ekadanta –
Meaning of Eka is Maya, the illusion and meaning of Danta is Brahma.
It means shoonya ie. Zero. The whole mathematics is based on the relation of One and Zero.
The name of the substantially unspecified One is Zero.
The specified Zero is One. Both are two dimensions of One.
From the aspect of counting which number occupies the first place? One.
But the place to to start with is Zero.
Write down numbers from 10 to 19 – 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,17,18, 19.
Now when you start writing the numbers in units , you have – 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
It reflects the same when you take 20 – 29, 30 – 39 and hence 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 are the fundamental base numbers.
You will find Zero is placed first in the numbering of first ten numbers. But 10 is not a base number.
In the place of Units is Zero, and in tens is 1, then only we get the number 10.
In tens and hundreds, the the position is either front or back of a base number.
The fundamental base numbers are one to nine only.
But now the question is from 1 to 9 , there is no place for Zero.
But when we write 10, Zero makes its first appearance there.
In the number 10 , the fundamental base numbers are 1 and 0.
But how it happened that zero appears in ‘Units’ space ?
Write 101 or what ever, be it tens or hundreds , the base numbers appear left and right, and hence tens and hundreds are formed.
Hence it should be understood by location of place zero and by the aspect of count one are first numbers.
The same distinction can be seen in Devanagari Akshar[letters] as well.
Where do you find Am [अं] in Devanagari script? अ ई उ ऋ ल्री ए ऐ ओ औ अं.
Leave the long sounding आ, ई , the letters look thus: अ ई उ ऋ ल्री ए ऐ ओ औ अं.
In the 10th place you will find अ with a dot over it, Don’t you find ?
Here in the numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 , you will find in the 10th place you will find 0 in the place of Units and 1 in the place of Tens.
In the Mathematics of ancient times , dot[.] was used to denote the place of Zero.
Now it is shifted above the the letter अ [अं]. When it appears on the left of One , became Zero, on right it became Ten.
As we see Zero in Ten in the tenth place ,so also in the Devanagari script where actually the ‘dot’ is found.
In the tenth place. Does the ‘dot’ make anything specific or unspecific when we write it ?
Before अ there is the dot.
When it is unspecified, it lacks significance.
When it is specified by something its significance is enhanced, and improved in quality.
The letters अ आ ई shall not be accomplished without the use of[.] above.
Similarly without the existence of zero, even one can not be proven. Even, one with attribute proves its capability by taking the shelter of attribute-less.
Now just think a while.
We have 10 – In the place Units we find 0, and in the place of Tens, we have 1. Now let us reverse the order, we find 1 in the place of Units and 0 in the place of Tens.
What is interesting here ?
1 followed by 0 makes it 10. If you remove 0 , what remains is only 1.
By keeping 0 after 1, the value increased by 9.
But if you keep 0 left of 1, how much value is reduced from 10 because of this shift ? The one which reduces the value is Bhava Padarth or Abhava Padarth ?
Or in other words the one that which either increases or decreases a value can only be termed Bhava Padarth.
Therefore ‘Zero’ is only Bhava padarth , primary number.
But when the specific condition ends , there cannot be any number below Zero.
And whatever numbers that exist after 1 are the functions of the primary number in the place of Units either left or right.
Hence fact establishes that the Primary Number is Zero to One only.