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Question 1: It plays a central role in mathematics as the additive identity of the integers, real numbers, and many other ________ structures.
Algebraic structureGroup (mathematics)AlgebraVector space

Question 2: "My Hero Zero" Educational children's song in ________
Schoolhouse Rock!4 (number)10 (number)7 (number)

Question 3: In China, ________ were used for calculation since the 4th century BC.
Hindu–Arabic numeral systemCounting rodsDecimalChinese numerals

Question 4: In ________, if the reigning World Champion no longer competes in Formula One in the year following their victory in the title race, 0 is given to one of the drivers of the team that the reigning champion won the title with.
Michael Schumacher2010 Formula One season2009 Formula One seasonFormula One

Question 5: ________ wheels usually feature a "0" space (and sometimes also a "00" space), whose presence is ignored when calculating payoffs (thereby allowing the house to win in the long run).
FranceUnited StatesRouletteClaude Shannon

Question 6: For example, on the Kelvin temperature scale, zero is the coldest possible temperature (negative temperatures exist but are not actually colder), whereas on the ________ scale, zero is arbitrarily defined to be at the freezing point of water.
CelsiusPascal (unit)JouleWeber (unit)

Question 7: In classical music, 0 is very rarely used as a number for a composition: Anton Bruckner wrote a Symphony No. 0 in D minor and a Symphony No. 00; ________ also wrote a Symphony No.
Dmitri ShostakovichAlfred SchnittkeRussiaMoscow

Question 8: Others advocated the opposite convention,[3] including IBM for writing ________ programs.
Iota PerseiAlpha PerseiAlgolTheta Persei

Question 9: In recursion theory, 0 can be used to denote the ________ of the partial computable functions.
Alan TuringMathematical logicTuring degreeComputability theory

Question 10: The rules governing the use of zero appeared for the first time in ________'s book Brahmasputha Siddhanta (The Opening of the Universe),[23] written in 628.
BrahmaguptaIndian mathematicsBhāskara IIAryabhata


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