# When was Baqir Jabr al-Zubeidi born?

Baqir Jabr al-Zubeidi was born in 1946.

### Who was the person who wrote the book al-jabr?

Al-Khwarizmi, a mathematician from Baghdad in the late 700s AD

### What region invented Algebra?

Arabs and Babylonians. Algebra comes from the Arabic 'al-jabr'.

### Where did algebra get discovered?

The middle east: algebra comes from the Arabic "al-jabr wa".

### Who started algebra?

Muhammed Al-Khwarizmi is the guy and Al Jabr literally means the reconstructer..

### Where did algebra gets its name?

The word algebra is a Latin variant of the Arabic word al-jabr.

### In which language does the word algebra originate?

Arabic, from al-jabr (الجبر) literally meaning restoration.

### When did algebra get its name?

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.

### What is the relation of imam jaffer sidique with hazrat imam hassan and hazrat imam hussain?

Imam Sadiq S.A. is son of Imam Baqir S.A. Imam Baqir S.A. is son of Imam Sajjad S.A Imam Sajjad S.A is son of Imam Hussain S.A. Imam Hussain S.A. and Imam Hasan S.A. are children of Imam Ali S.A.

### What is the etymology of algebra?

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.

### Where did the word Algebra com from?

It comes from the Arabic word 'Al Jabr' meaning 'the reunion of broken parts'.

### Who discover the algebra?

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"

### Who invented the method of working out algebra?

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

### What did al-muhammad khwarizmi invent?

Algebra , a word based on al-jabr, a technique used for solving equations.

### What is the branch of mathermatics that uses letters called variables in places of numerals?

Algebra. The word comes from the Arabic, al-jabr.

### Which man was algebra named after?

"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.

### Algebra comes from what language?

Alebra comes from the Arabic language "Al-jabr" . Basically it means "what you do to one side of the equation, you do to the other"

### Who wrote the book Al jabr?

written in Baghdad about 825 A.D. by the Arab mathematician Mohammed ibn-Musa al-Khowarizmi

### What language does algebra come from?

The etymology behind the algebra is a cognate from Arabic language. The word transliterated from its Arabic origin would be "al-jabr."