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Topic: history of mathematics
Group: philosophy of mathematics
Topic: thought is computational
Topic: what is a number
Topic: infinity and infinitesimal
Topic: number as a progression for counting and 11 relations
 
Reference
AlKhowarizmi, Mohammed ibn Musa,
Algoritmi de numero Indorum ("AlKhwarizmi Concerning the Hindu Art of Reckoning"). The Book of Algebra and Almucabola., 813833 A.D., about 825 AD , pp. 66157, in Karpinski, L.C. (translator) (ed.),
Robert of Chester's Latin Translation of the Algebra of Al Khowarizmi, New York, Macmillan, 1915.
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Published before 1923
Quotations
1 ;;Quote: the oldest mathematical text book contains first degree equations; Egyptian papyrus from about 1700 B.C.
 11 ;;Quote: algebraic ideas appeared independently in Egypt, Babylon, China, Greece, and India
 11+;;Quote: algebra is the natural expression of man's interest in the numerical thought
 45 ;;Quote: AlKhowarizmi introduction to calculation by completion and reduction; useful in inheritance, lawsuits, trade, digging canals, etc.
 67 ;;Quote: all things involve number and number is that which is composed of units
 67+;;Quote: number proceeds from unity to ten to 30 to 100 and on to infinity
 75 ;;Quote: AlKhowarizmi's examples repeatedly occur in mathematical literature
 75+;;Quote: the roots of a quadratic equation depend on b^24ac
 95 ;;Quote: the product of 10x and 10+x is 100x^2
 103 ;;Quote: example of solving a quadratic equation
 123 ;;Quote: solving a proportional equation with one unknown
 129 ;;Quote: another example of solving a quadratic equation

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