Who was the Arabic mathematician who invented algebra?
Freya Angood invented algebra in 1923 when her grandparents told her that there is always a way around things. This encouraged Freya to think of different ways to solve maths problems at school for she could not read any maths questions right . When she had figured this out she told her friends and families about her new ways and used this method for other uses. do you know what uses?
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Rene Descartes was the mathematician that applied algebra to geometry.
the best mathematician at algebra are Pythagoras because of him, there is pythagorean theorem
As mathematicians, I think they should all master the basic concepts of the subject.
Real specific but Arabic scholar Al-Khwarizmi is credited for inventing algebra
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Emerson Ganas Abodiles Sir Isaac Newton PRS (25 December 1642 -- 20 March 1727 [NS:4 January 1643 -- 31 March 1727]) was an English physicist,mathematician, astrono…mer, natural philosopher, alchemist, andtheologian who is considered by a substantial number of scholarsand members of general public to be one of the most influential menin human history. His monograph PhilosophiÃ¦ Naturalis Principia Mathematica ,published in 1687, lays the foundations for most of classicalmechanics. In this work, Newton describeduniversal gravitation andthe three laws of motion, which dominated the scientific view ofthe physical universe for the next three centuries. Newton showedthat the motions of objects on Earth and of celestial bodies aregoverned by the same set of natural laws, by demonstrating theconsistency between Kepler's laws of planetary motion and histheory of gravitation, thus removing the last doubts aboutheliocentrism and advancing theScientific Revolution. The Principiais generally considered to be the most important single work everpublished in the history of science. Newton built the first practical reflecting telescope anddeveloped a theory of colour based on the observation that a prismdecomposes white light into the many colours that form the visiblespectrum. He also formulated an empirical law of cooling andstudied thespeed of sound. ____________________________________________________________________________________ Euclid of Alexandria , was a Greek mathematician, oftenreferred to as the "Father of Geometry". He was active inAlexandria during the reign of Ptolemy I (323--283 BC).His Elements is one of the most influential works in thehistory of mathematics, serving as the main textbook for teachingmathematics (especially geometry) from the time of its publicationuntil the late 19th or early 20th century. In the Elements , Euclid deduced the principles of what is nowcalled Euclidean geometry from a small set ofaxioms. Euclid alsowrote works on perspective, conic sections, sphericalgeometry,number theory and rigor. "Euclid" is the anglicized version of the Greek name (Îá½ÎºÎ»ÎµÎ¯Î´Î·Ï ---EukleÃdÄs), meaning "Good Glory". ____________________________________________________________________________________ Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss (, Latin: Carolus FridericusGauss ) (30 April 1777 -- 23 February 1855) was aGermanmathematician and scientist who contributed significantly tomany fields, includingnumber theory, statistics, analysis,differential geometry, geodesy, geophysics,electrostatics,astronomy and optics. Sometimes referred to as the Princeps mathematicorum (Latin, "the Prince of Mathematicians" or "the foremost ofmathematicians") and "greatest mathematician since antiquity",Gauss had a remarkable influence in many fields of mathematics andscience and is ranked as one of history's most influentialmathematicians. He referred to mathematics as "the queen ofsciences". ___________________________________________________________________________________ Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann [ËÊiËman] (September 17,1826 - July 20, 1866) was an influential German mathematician whomade lasting contributions to analysis and differential geometry,some of them enabling the later development of general relativity. Riemann was born in Breselenz, a village near Dannenberg in theKingdom of Hanover in what is the Federal Republic of Germanytoday. His father, Friedrich Bernhard Riemann, was a poor Lutheranpastor in Breselenz who fought in theNapoleonic Wars. His mother,Charlotte Ebell, died before her children had reached adulthood.Riemann was the second of six children, shy, and suffered fromnumerous nervous breakdowns. Riemann exhibited exceptionalmathematical skills, such as fantastic calculation abilities, froman early age but suffered from timidity and a fear of speaking inpublic. ____________________________________________________________________________________ Archimedes of Syracuse (Greek: á¼ÏÏÎ¹Î¼Î®Î´Î·Ï; c. 287 BC - c. 212 BC) was a Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer,inventor, and astronomer. Although few details of his life areknown, he is regarded as one of the leading scientists in classicalantiquity. Among his advances in physics are the foundations ofhydrostatics, statics and an explanation of the principle of thelever. He is credited with designing innovativemachines, includingsiege engines and the screw pump that bears his name. Modernexperiments have tested claims that Archimedes designed machinescapable of lifting attacking ships out of the water and settingships on fire using an array of mirrors. Archimedes is generally considered to be the greatest mathematicianof antiquity and one of the greatest of all time. He used themethod of exhaustion to calculate thearea under the arc of aparabola with the summation of an infinite series, and gave aremarkably accurate approximation of pi. He also defined thespiral bearing his name, formulae for the volumes of surfaces ofrevolution and an ingenious system for expressing very largenumbers. Archimedes died during the Siege of Syracuse when he was killed bya Roman soldier despite orders that he should not be harmed. Cicerodescribes visiting the tomb of Archimedes, which was surmounted bya sphere inscribed within a cylinder. Archimedes had proven thatthe sphere has two thirds of the volume and surface area of thecylinder (including the bases of the latter), and regarded this asthe greatest of his mathematical achievements. Unlike his inventions, the mathematical writings of Archimedes werelittle known in antiquity. Mathematicians from Alexandria read andquoted him, but the first comprehensive compilation was not madeuntil c. 530 AD by Isidore of Miletus, while commentaries onthe works of Archimedes written by Eutocius in the sixth century ADopened them to wider readership for the first time. The relativelyfew copies of Archimedes' written work that survived through theMiddle Ages were an influential source of ideas for scientistsduring the Renaissance, while the discovery in 1906 ofpreviously unknown works by Archimedes in the Archimedes Palimpsesthas provided new insights into how he obtained mathematicalresults.
Most recently, NgÃ´ BÃ¡o ChÃ¢ for his proof of the Fundamental Lemma in the theory of automorphic forms through the introduction of new algebra-geometric methods, for wh…ich he won a Fields Medal. Also, from a historical perspective, and Egyptian named Ahmes produced a manuscript called the 'Rhind Papyrus' which showed the first simple algebraic methods. There are many lists of mathematicians which can be found using a simple internet search.
Muslim Persian mathematicians Muhammad ibn MÅ«sÄ al-KhwÄrizmÄ« (also considered the "father of algebra"), Omar Khayyam , Sharaf al-DÄ«n al-TÅ«sÄ«, Indian mathe…maticians Mahavira and Bhaskara II, Al-Karaji, Chinese mathematician Zhu Shijie, Japanese mathematician Kowa Seki, Gottfried Leibniz, Gabriel Cramer.. I hope it will be helpful. From Muhammad Kashif Saeed.
No. The origins of algebra can be traced back to ancient Babyloniamathematicians roughly four thousand years ago.
Diophantus . al-Khwarismi . Omar Khayyam . Leonardo Fibnacci . Scipione del Ferro . Niccolo Tartaglia . Gerolamo Cardano . Niels Abel . Evariste Galois . Rene Descart…es . Carl Frriedrich Gauss . Augustin Cauchy . William Rowan Hamilton . Hermann Grassmann . George Bhoole
all kinds of things are different like the way we use more numbers and have technology to help us
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In Renaissance Europe, he was considered the original inventor of algebra, although we now know that his work is based on older Indian or Greek sources.  He revised Ptolem…y's Geography and wrote on astronomy and astrology.
The most famous contributor to the development of algrebra was Algy Bra, the greatest mathematician to ever come from Ingusiare, a country you have never heard of because it i…s so underground. I shouldn't be telling you this - I wlll be dismissed from the Star Kid Chicken Wing Club, which I don't expect you to get the reference to. In fact, I have concluded that this information is classified and I cannot help you. Farewell, fellow warrior, and good luck.