Great Muslim Mathematicians
This book presents detailed accounts and analysis of the lives and world view of selected mathematicians of the Islamic period, their place in the world of science, the popularization of their lives, and their contributions specifically in mathematics and astronomy.
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Abbasid caliphate According al-Biruni al-Khwarizmi al-Khwarizmi's Algebra al-Ma'mun Algebra of al-Khwarizmi ancient Arabic numerals area of rectangle arithmetic Baghdad became Biruni calculated calendar chord commentary construction contributions Copernicus cubic equations Diophantus dirham earth equal Euclid's Elements Euclidean famous fifth postulate Figure geometrical George Sarton Ghaznah greatest Greek Hindu historian history of mathematics Hulagu Ibn al-Haytham Ibn Sina India influence intellectual Islamic civilization Islamic science Islamic world Isma'ili Kamal al-Din al-Farisi Karpinski Kennedy Khwarizm Khwarizmi Kitab knowledge known later learning Mahmud Mas'ud mathematics medieval method modern Muhammad Ibn Muslim astronomers Muslim mathematicians Nasir al-Din Nasr Nishapur observations observatory obtuse Omar Khayyam Omar's Optics parallel postulate perpendicular Persian philosophy problem proof Proposition proved Ptolemy Ptolemy's quadrilateral Quran ratios refraction root ruler Saccheri scholars scientific scientists side sine solution solved square tables Thabit ibn Qurra theorem treatise triangles twelveth century West wrote