When did Abu-Bakr Yunis Jabr die?
Abu-Bakr Yunis Jabr died on 2011-10-20.
Abu-Bakr Yunis Jabr was born in 1942.
Mujahid ibn Jabr died in 722.
Sayyid Salih Jabr died in 1957.
Jabr Muadi died on 2009-05-19.
Muhammad bin Jabr Al Thani died in 1983.
Yunis Huseinov was born on 1965-02-01.
Osman Yunis was born on 1982-03-13.
Sort of. Yunis is the Arabic form of Jonah. Muslims believe Yunis was a prophet. More accurately, Yunis is an Arabic name, as there are Arabs who are not Muslim.
al-jabr is algebra
Yunis Abdurrahman Shokuri was born on 1968-04-05.
Al-jabr is an Arabic word means algebra ( one of math subject branches ).
Habil Jabr District's population is 41,474.
Mujahid ibn Jabr was born in 642.
Sayyid Salih Jabr was born in 1896.
Jabr Muadi was born on 1919-04-01.
Abd el Monem Joussef Abubakr has written: 'Untersuchungen uber die agyptischen Kronen' -- subject(s): Crowns
Baqir Jabr al-Zubeidi was born in 1946.
Al-Khwarizmi, a mathematician from Baghdad in the late 700s AD
Muhammad bin Jabr Al Thani was born in 1916.
Anish Abubakr goes by Ani.
AbuBakr Hattas goes by Bakke.
Mohamed Mohamed Yunis Ali has written: 'Medieval Islamic pragmatics' -- subject(s): History, Islamic law, Pragmatics, Language and culture, Language, Sources, Contributions to the philosophy of language
Nagmeldin Ali Abubakr was born in 1986.
Abubakr al Abaidy was born in 1981.
Yunis Qanuni is the First Vice President of Afghanistan.
al jabr الجبر
According to Shia Islam Imam Ali a.s. and Abubakr was illegitimate. and according to Sunni Islam Abubakr.
Harvey Yunis has written: 'A new creed' -- subject(s): Gods, Greek, in literature, Greek Religious drama, History and criticism, Intellectual life, Mythology, Greek, in literature, Religion, Religious drama, Greek, Tragedy 'Written Texts and the Rise of Literate Culture in Ancient Greece'
he was dedicated and Muhammad liked that about him when Muhammad was alive. Answer B (shia view) he claimed Abubakr left a will letter and appointed him as Caliph. but there are some references saying Uthman himself wrote that letter and when Abubakr died Uthman used his stamp to attribute that letter to Abubakr. Anyway he was not selected by God or prophet or people or any meeting or shura. and he was selected by… Read More
It comes from the Arabic word al-jabr, which means reunion.
Algebra originated from the Arabic word 'Al Jabr'
Abubakr is famous as Siddeeq. Abubakr al-Siddeeq. This name was given to him when he verified that prophet Muhammad (pbuh) says the truth about the Miraj....
The middle east: algebra comes from the Arabic "al-jabr wa".
Arabs and Babylonians. Algebra comes from the Arabic 'al-jabr'.
Muhammed Al-Khwarizmi is the guy and Al Jabr literally means the reconstructer..
The word algebra is a Latin variant of the Arabic word al-jabr.
Arabic, from al-jabr (الجبر) literally meaning restoration.
Algebra comes from the Arabic word al-jabr, which appeared in the title of a book Hidab al-jabr wal muqubala (roughly translated as The book of restoration and cancellation". This was written in Baghdad in the early 9th Century by the mathematician Mohammed ibn-Musa al-Khowarizmi.
In 9c the a Persian mathematician named Abu Jafar Muhammad ibm Mus al-Khwarizmi wrote a book called "Kitab al-Jabr wal-Muqabala". While there is still some disagreement about the exact meanings on the arabic words, al-Jabr (or al-Gebr) can be loosely translated as reintegration and completion, while muqabala is reduction or balancing. The book was the first systematic treatise on solving linear and quadratic equations. Al-jabr gave rise to Algebra.
The right answer is Surah Al-Safat page:451, Aya: 147 it is about prophet Yunis. British Haj travel
It comes from the Arabic word 'Al Jabr' meaning 'the reunion of broken parts'.
Both Diophratus (300AD) and Al-Khwarizmi(800 AD) are often called the "father of algebra". I like Al- Khwarizmi because he use the term "al-jabr" which now is known as algebra. Al jabr ( arabic) means, when loosely translated, "what I do to one side of the equation, do the the other"
There are a lot of claims on this and its origin goes back to the Babylonians, but my vote goes to the Indian mathematician al-Khwarizmi around 700AD who applied the root word from Arabic "al-jabr", or how e we get "algebra". The word "al-jabr" means "what I do to one side of the equation I do to the other" and al-Khwarizmi taught this
The Present Captain for Pakistan's cricket team is Mohammad Yousuf. For ODI it's Yunis Khan. For T20 it's Shahid afridi. (Nov 2009)
Algebra , a word based on al-jabr, a technique used for solving equations.
Algebra. The word comes from the Arabic, al-jabr.
"Algebra" isn't named after a man. "Al-jabr" was part of the title of a book written (in Arabic) by Al-Khowarizmi. According to http://www.und.edu/instruct/lgeller/algebra.html, jabr was a particular algebraic operation used in solving equations. So the word "algebra" is derived from the Arabic name of a particular mathematical process.