Origins of algebra

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Saturday, June 16, 2018, 4:58 PM Notes taken from video lesson on Khan Academy

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Origins of Algebra:  Algebra- book written by Persian Mathematician-820 AD Bagdad  Algebra means restoration/completion

TIMELINE Babylon- 2000 BC: Stone tablets with basic concepts of Algebra  Alexandria, Greece-200-300 AD: Diophantus "the father of algebra"  India- 600 AD:Bramagupa  Bagdad- 820AD: the word "algebra" is coined   

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