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Is the sentence '0 is called as additive identity' correct? Is the usage of 'as' correct or should it not be used?

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    The sentence should read like this:

    Zero is called an additive identity.

    1. In English, sentences are not to begin with numbers, but with words.
    2. The word "as" should be "an" here.

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