Al-Karajī: His Contribution On Arithmetic, Algebra, Binomial Theorem and Mathematical Induction

By Akmal Zulkarnain INTRODUCTION AND BIOGRAPHY OF THE SCHOLAR Abu Bakr ibn Muhammad ibn al-Husayn al-Karaji (Born 13 April 953 – Died around 1029) was a Persian mathematician and engineer who has made massive contributions to the development of 10th century mathematics, particularly in the field of binomial theorem (Selin, 2008). Al-Karaji was born in... Continue Reading →


Omar Khayyam’s Binomial Theorem

By Asiah Saiyidah INTRODUCTION Omar Khayyam was a scholar who is well-known as an intelligent poet, mathematician, philosopher, astronomer and physician. His full name is Ghiyath Al-Din Abu’l-Fatih ‘Umar Ibn Ibrahim al-Nisaburi al-Khayyami. He was born at Nishapur, Persia (now Iran) in year 1044 A.D. and died in 1123/24 A.D. He was named al-Khayyam, which... Continue Reading →

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