Muhammad ibn musa khwarizmi
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Khwarezm have never had Tajik population. People who have no clue were Khwarezm is do not normally have an idea who Tajiks are. I started that last year while I raised to when I created , which has become a. All in all, Wikipedia is going to be a famous encyclopedia not just a forum to debate on racial matters! Ayatollah Sistani for example is also Iranian. All the primary sources relavent to Khwarizmi have been examined in the Archives. The sciences, with mathematics as their essence, flourished and developed into the disciplines we know today.

Six days represents the quantity, and in asking what part of the agreed price is due to the worker you ask the cost. So is the word al-Majoosi which is not Arab. And as you can Biruni lists the Months of Khwarizmians which are all Iranians right after saying the people of Khwarizm are a branch of Persians and all those names have legitimate philological roots. Proceedings on Algorithms in Modern Mathematics and Computer Science. Unsigned articles are generally not written by experts, and the sources the authour of that article used should be used as our sources instead. The predominance of Persians in intellectual fields was due to cultural trends. Therefore take 5, which multiplied by itself, gives 25, and an amount which you add to 39 giving 64.

Osiris 5 5 : 319—391. I notice that the al is widely used, but is not universal: for example, the and the. After consulting with Academics that do work in Islamic Mathematical History which is a very specialized field and the most relavent and there are not too many mathematical historians in the first place and amongst them a minority does research in Islamic mathematical history the truth was determined. Further, should this new addition contain a citation? Along with mathematics, masses of other knowledge in the field of physical science was transferred. Tarikh al-Hukama, edited by Lippert, Berlin 1903 Cairo edition, 1326 H , p. Lesson Summary Mohammed al-Khwarizmi was one of the most brilliant scientific minds of the Middle Ages, advancing the sciences through many revolutionary techniques and ways of thinking.

The bases of algebra, first viewed as an independent mathematical discipline, were laid down by al-Khwarizmi who carefully formulated analytical solutions of the various forms of quadratic equation and profusely illustrated his method of solution by practical examples. The fact is Encyclopedia of Islam is a much more specialized source as is Encyclopedia Iranica see the article on Chorasmia. Zero arrived in the West much later, in 13 th century. Also to say he was Middle-Eastern is false although it would get rid of the constant revisions but it is just false. As an educated scholar he would expand the knowledge of mathematics, geography, astronomy, and cartography, as well as our understanding of calendars. It does have a lot of interesting stuff though so I will post the details here incase they might be useful elsewhere in this article.

Khara'it Jughrafiqyyi al-'Arab al-awwel, Majallet al-Ustadh of Baghdad, 1962, pp. You say he used the Persian calendar. Baghdad also was a mixed multi-ethnic city back then and even till the last century, there was a large Iranian population until pan-Arabist policies and Saddam Hussein expelled them. Neither the Arabic copy nor the Latin translation include the map of the world itself, however Hubert Daunicht was able to reconstruct the missing map from the list of coordinates. Their grandmother was persian, but after that it was arab lineage. His book was also the first of the Muslim zijes, or a prediction of the movements of the seven known celestial bodies. A scholar in the House of Wisdom in Baghdad, his contribution to the field of mathematics, especially algebra, has been phenomenal.

Whereas it does not even hold for the case of multi-ethnic Baghdad. He formulated the rules of inheritance as linear equations, hence his knowledge of quadratic equations was not required. All we know about him for definite is that he worked in Baghdad and that his name is linked to an area which is now in Uzbekistan. In fact, it is not hard to distinguish Iranians and Arabs from their names. You basic argument is that Khwarizmi moved to Baghdad. The Muslim mathematicians had invented geometrical algebra and had taken it to advanced levels, capable of solving third and fourth degree equations. The towns and mountains are presented in a tabulated form, and oceans, seas, islands, countries, springs and rivers are given in a descriptive form.

So why is it ok to call all the people of that region that at some time belonged to the Persian empire Persians, even if they don't belong to same race and even if this empire has long fallen under Arabic leadership? Islamic Studies of Islamabad, vol. Al-Khwarizmi systematized and corrected Ptolemy's research in geography, using his own original findings. Hitherto, Muslim astronomers had adopted a primarily research approach to the field, translating works of others and learning already discovered knowledge. He made important contributions to mathematics, geography, astronomy and cartography. As for the example that the barkhimids were persian, that is simply not true.

Übersetzung des Athelhard von Bath auf Grund der Vorarbeiten von A. His name is also the origin of Spanish guarismo and of Portuguese algarismo, both meaning digit. You can see and for that as well as. There is no evidence beyond reasonable dought that he was persian, race was not a big issue back then in the middle east. From its true emergence, algebra can be seen as a theory of equations solved by means of radicals, and of algebraic calculations on related expressions… If this interpretation is correct, then al-Khwarizmi was as Sarton 12 writes:-… the greatest mathematician of the time, and if one takes all the circumstances into account, one of the greatest of all time…. No further edits should be made to this section.

The Muslim contribution to mathematics. Thus, although elementary, it was of seminal importance. Another one as you already know is and it is amazing that predicted many geological phenomenons that were disovered only in the last century. This was part of his name as mentioned by Ibn-Nadeem. It will then be a hundred plus a square, which is equal to a hundred and one roots. You say he served under the Khazars.

This unwieldy system made calculation of large numbers a tedious and time-consuming affair. Al-Khwarizmi's name is linked to the translation into Arabic of certain Greek works and he also produced his own scholarly works not only on astronomy and mathematics but also in geography and history. Even al-Azdi, who's clearly from an Arab tribe. The key to unlocking the source of these benefits was scientific method, the relentless search for truth through observation, theorizing and experimentation. According to Swiss-American historian of mathematics, , Al-Khwarizmi's algebra was different from the work of Indian mathematicians, for Indians had no rules like the ''restoration'' and ''reduction''. Source Lecture Notes In Computer Science, vol.