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 Which mathematician is considered the father of algebra?

Answer Born in Baghdad around 780 A.D., Al-Khwarizmi, called the father of algebra, focused his teaching on algebraic techniques, unlike his contemporary Diophantus, who concentrated on number theory. Al-... Read More »
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Who Was the Father of Algebra?

Although algebra had been practiced in ancient Egypt and Babylon, Al-Khwarizmi (c. 780 AD-850 AD) is considered the Father of Algebra. Born in Baghdad, Al-Khwarizmi wrote his most famous algebraic ... Read More »
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Who is considered as the father of numbers?

Pythagoras of Samos, a mathematician in ancient Greece, is considered the "Father of Numbers." Pythagoras made various contributions to number theory, but is most well known for the Pythagorean The... Read More »
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Who is considered the father of texas?

Unofficially known as the "Father of Texas," Stephen F. Austin established the first Anglo-American colony in the Tejas province of Mexico. Thanks in part to his leadership, Texas gained its indepe... Read More »
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Who is considered the father of anthropology?

Franz Boas is considered by many to be the father of anthropology. Boas was born in Germany in 1858 and spent his career working with indigenous peoples around the world, including the Inuit of Baf... Read More »
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