When was Baqir Jabr al-Zubeidi born?
Baqir Jabr al-Zubeidi was born in 1946.
Taha Baqir was born in 1912.
Mohammed Baqir Younis was born in 1984.
Muhammad Baqir Majlisi was born in 1616.
Muhammad al-Baqir was born in 676.
Mohammad Baqir al-Sadr was born in 1935.
Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim was born in 1939.
Mohammad Baqir al-Mohri was born in 1948.
Mohammad Baqir al-Fali was born on 1948-06-11.
Mujahid ibn Jabr was born in 642.
Sayyid Salih Jabr was born in 1896.
Jabr Muadi was born on 1919-04-01.
Abu-Bakr Yunis Jabr was born in 1942.
Muhammad bin Jabr Al Thani was born in 1916.
al-jabr is algebra
Muhammad Baqir Majlisi died in 1698.
Taha Baqir died on 1984-02-28.
Muhammad al-Baqir died in 743.
Al-jabr is an Arabic word means algebra ( one of math subject branches ).
Mohammad Baqir al-Sadr died on 1980-04-09.
Mohammad Baqir al-Hakim died on 2003-08-29.
Mujahid ibn Jabr died in 722.
Sayyid Salih Jabr died in 1957.
Habil Jabr District's population is 41,474.
Jabr Muadi died on 2009-05-19.
Al-Khwarizmi, a mathematician from Baghdad in the late 700s AD
Muhammad bin Jabr Al Thani died in 1983.
Abu-Bakr Yunis Jabr died on 2011-10-20.
al jabr الجبر
It comes from the Arabic word al-jabr, which means reunion.
Algebra originated from the Arabic word 'Al Jabr'
Arabs and Babylonians. Algebra comes from the Arabic 'al-jabr'.
The middle east: algebra comes from the Arabic "al-jabr wa".
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.
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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.
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
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.
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"
written in Baghdad about 825 A.D. by the Arab mathematician Mohammed ibn-Musa al-Khowarizmi
The etymology behind the algebra is a cognate from Arabic language. The word transliterated from its Arabic origin would be "al-jabr."