Please just submit sites discussing the number zero in this category. For other special numbers, please use either one of the other subcategories or the main category for specific numbers.
There are two common uses of Zero: One use is as a empty place indicator in our place-value number system. Hence in a number like 2106 the zero is used so that the positions of the 2 and 1 are correct. Clearly 216 means something quite different. The second use of zero is as a number itself in the form we use it as 0. There are also different aspects of zero within these two uses, namely the concept, the notation, and the name.

This category is concerned with the second use, the number zero itself. It lists sites that discuss the history, use and specialities of the number zero.

Additionally such topics as "division by zero" are listed.
e = 2.71828182 It has been called the logarithmic constant, Napier's number, Euler's constant, and the natural logarithmic base. The constant plays a key role in descriptions of phenomena such as radioactive decay and population growth and, in the financial world, and in calculations of compound interest.
Fibonacci numbers, named after Italian mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci, are the numbers in the Fibonacci sequence 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, . . . , each of which, after the second is the sum of the two previous ones.
Used in many context, infinity can have many meanings. The sequence of natural numbers, 1, 2, 3, ..., is said to be infinite. In geometry, the number of points on a line is said to be infinite. Time is often assumed to be infinite, in the sense that it had no beginning, or will have no end, or both. Space is often assumed to be infinite in extent. Infinity is not bound by the basic rules and axioms of math and can destroy logic in arithmetic.