## Algebra, with Arithmetic and Mensuration, from the Sanscrit of Brahmegupta and Bhascara. Transl. by Henry-Thomas Colebrooke |

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abraded abridged absolute number added additive affected square affirmative Algebra Answer Arabic arbitrary number Arithm arithmetic arrow assumed number assumed quantity astronomical bambu base BHAscARA Brahm BRAHMEGUPTA chord cipher circumference coefficient colour common measure CRish CRish N cube cubits deduced denominator diagonal diameter digits divided dividend divisor eight equal subtraction Example five four fraction GANESA given gives gnomon gonal greatest Hindu hundred hypotenuse indeterminate problems instance least terms less lunar manner mathematician method moiety multi multiplicand multiplier and quotient negative number of days number of elapsed perpendicular planets portion proceeding pulverizer rational number reduced remainder residue of degrees residue of revolutions root segment shadow side and upright square-root Statement subtractive quantity sum and difference surd taken Tell terrestrial days tetragon tion trapezium treatise triangle twice unity unknown quantity upright and side Whence ya 3 ru yuga