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*adj]* - of or relating to the null set (a set with no members) 2. [adj] - indicating an initial point or origin 3. [adj] - indicating the absence of any or all units under consideration 4. [n] - a mathematical element that when added to another number yields the same number 5. [n] - the quantity that registers a reading of ze

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1. The range at which the point of aim and the point of impact are one and the same. 2. To sight in a rifle/scope/load combination so that the bullet`s point of impact coincides with the point of aim at a preselected distance. Called this because at that distance, zero hold-over is required when aiming

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To set the display to show zero weight. Used to reset the zero condition of a scale when small amounts of material are on the platform. Zero does not take away from the capacity of a scale. However it will only work in a very small range around the original zero condition for the scale. Zero and Tare are often combined on one key, the terms are oft

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In 876BC a symbol to represent zero was first used in India.

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Group Zero or Group O, often referred to simply as Zero. German group formed in Dusseldorf in 1957 by Otto Piene and Heinz Mack, joined in 1960 by Gunther Uecker. A number of other artists were associated or exhibited with Zero, most notably Yves Klein and Jean Tinguely, as well as Pol Bury and Daniel Spoerri. The name refers to the countdown for a

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**Ze'ro** * noun* ;

* plural* ** Zeros** or

** Zeroes** . [ French

* zéro* , from Arabic

* çafrun* ,

* çifrun* , empty, a cipher. Confer

__ Cipher__ .]

** 1.** * (Arith.)* A cipher; nothing; naught.

** 2.** The point from which the graduation of a scale, as of a thermom

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Origin: F. Zero, from Ar. Cafrun, cifrun, empty, a cipher. Cf. Cipher. ... 1. <mathematics> A cipher; nothing; naught. ... 2. The point from which the graduation of a scale, as of a thermometer, commences. ... Zero in the Centigrade, or Celsius thermometer, and in the Reaumur thermometer, is at the point at which water congeals. The zero of t

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0 *adjective* indicating the absence of any or all units under consideration; `a zero score`

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*adjective* of or relating to the null set (a set with no members)

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zero point *noun* the quantity that registers a reading of zero on a scale

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(ze´ro) the absence of all quantity or magnitude; naught. the point on a thermometer scale at which the graduations begin. The zero of the Celsius (centigrade) scale is the ice point; on the Fahrenheit scale it is 32 degrees below the ice point. absolute zero the lowes...

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• (n.) The point from which the graduation of a scale, as of a thermometer, commences. • (n.) Fig.: The lowest point; the point of exhaustion; as, his patience had nearly reached zero. • (n.) A cipher; nothing; naught.

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(from the article `mathematics`) ...and so on. In fact, could represent any power of 60. The context determined which power was intended. The Babylonians appear to have developed a ... ...well before that time to China and the Islamic world. Indian arithmetic, moreover, developed consistent and correct rules for operating with ... M...

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(from the article `Unruh, Fritz von`) ...the coming Nazi dictatorship in his drama Bonaparte (1927) and continued to press his warnings in Berlin in Monte Carlo (1931) and Zero (1932).

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fighter aircraft, a single-seat, low-wing monoplane used with great effect by the Japanese during World War II. Designed by Horikoshi Jiro, it was ... [3 related articles]

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Zero is a Greek boy name. The meaning of the name is `Seeds` Zera,Zero,Zera The name Zero doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Zero seems to be unique!

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- a quantity of no importance
- a mathematical element that when added to another number yields the same number

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The integer, denoted 0, which, when used as a counting number, indicates that no objects are present. It is the only integer that is neither negative nor positive. Zero is both a number and a numeral. The number zero is the size of the empty set but it is not the empty set itself, nor is it the same...

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zero, that number which, when added to any number, leaves the latter unchanged; its symbol is 0. The introduction of zero into the decimal system was the most significant achievement in the development of a number system in which calculation with large numbers was feasible. Without it, modern astron...

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Zero is slang for an insignificant person.

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Zero is slang for an insignificant person.

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In small arms, zero is a term referring to a projectile falling or striking where the sights are aiming. A weapon which fires a projectile to the point where the sights are aimed is referred to as 'zeroed'.

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Type: Term Pronunciation: zē′rō Definitions: 1. The figure 0, indicating the absence of magnitude, or nothing. 2. In thermometry, the point from which the figures on the scale start in one or the other direction; in the Celsius and Réaumur scales, zero indicates the freezing point for distilled water; in the Fahrenheit scale, it is

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*[complex analysis]* In complex analysis, a zero (sometimes called a root) of a holomorphic function f is a complex number a such that f(a) = 0. ==Multiplicity of a zero== where g is a holomorphic function g such that g(a) is not zero. The multiplicity of a zero a is also known as the order of vanishing of the function at a. ==Existence of ze

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*[disambiguation]* Zero is the name for both the digit 0 and the number 0. Zero may also refer to: ==Mathematics== ==Modern culture== ==People== ==Vehicles== == Other uses == ...

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