Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi - Muslim mathematician and astronomer, born in 780 AD and died in 850 AD, worked at the House of Wisdom in Baghdad during the reign of Caliph Al-Mamun and has many achievements, the most important of which are the following

He has translated numerous scientific and philosophical manuscripts and articles, and published original research. He has written many works on mathematics, the most important of which are the book "Acronyms in Algebra Calculations" and an interview that asks how to solve linear and quadratic equations. He wrote the book "Arithmetic in Indian Numbers" which is mainly responsible for the spread of Indian numbers in the Middle East and later in Europe and many of his works were translated into Latin and they were called algorithms after him. Using algorithmic algebra to solve problems of inheritance and how to divide it according to Islamic law. He wrote a book called "The Image of the Earth" in which he provided precise coordinates for areas of Asia, Africa and areas along the Mediterranean Sea that are more accurate than those provided by the scientist Ptolemy. Create a world map for Caliph Al-Mamun, his participation in the project to determine the perimeter of the Earth. Provide a collection of astronomical tables from Indian and Greek sources. Provide tables containing values for the sine of angles.
Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi - Muslim mathematician and astronomer, born in 780 AD and died in 850 AD, worked at the House of Wisdom in Baghdad during the reign of Caliph Al-Mamun and has many achievements, the most important of which are the following He has translated numerous scientific and philosophical manuscripts and articles, and published original research. He has written many works on mathematics, the most important of which are the book "Acronyms in Algebra Calculations" and an interview that asks how to solve linear and quadratic equations. He wrote the book "Arithmetic in Indian Numbers" which is mainly responsible for the spread of Indian numbers in the Middle East and later in Europe and many of his works were translated into Latin and they were called algorithms after him. Using algorithmic algebra to solve problems of inheritance and how to divide it according to Islamic law. He wrote a book called "The Image of the Earth" in which he provided precise coordinates for areas of Asia, Africa and areas along the Mediterranean Sea that are more accurate than those provided by the scientist Ptolemy. Create a world map for Caliph Al-Mamun, his participation in the project to determine the perimeter of the Earth. Provide a collection of astronomical tables from Indian and Greek sources. Provide tables containing values for the sine of angles.
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