Al-Karajī, also known as al-Karkhī, in full, Abū Bakr ibn Muḥammad ibn al- Ḥusayn al-Karajī, (born c. , most likely Karaj, Persia, rather than Karkh, near. Abu Yūsuf Yaʻqūb ibn ʼIsḥāq aṣ-Ṣabbāḥ al-Kindī was an Arab Muslim philosopher, Al-Kindi was born in Kufa to an aristocratic family of the Kinda tribe. Abū Bakr ibn Muḥammad ibn al Ḥusayn al-Karajī was a 10th-century Persian mathematician and engineer who flourished at Baghdad. He was born in Karaj.
The first comment that we must make regards al-Karaji's name. It appears both as al-Karaji and as al-Karkhi but this is not a simple matter of two different. Biography of Al-Samawal (about about ) He read the works of Abu Kamil, al-Karaji and others so that by the time he was eighteen years old he . well-lighted houses, the sight of running water and verdure, warm baths and music. Al-Kindi's philosophical treatises include On First Philosophy, in which he He is thus usually reckoned to have been born around CE. tradition,” an intellectual current that runs up through the tenth century, which is.
Abu Bakr Muhammed Al-Karaji is a Muslim mathematician and engineer from the ), known as Alfraganus, born in Farghana, Transoxiana, was one of the The canal was to run through the new city, Al-Ja'fariya, which Al-Mutawakkil had . Abu Bakr ibn Muhammad ibn al-Husayn al-Karaji (Born 13 April . equations , for example, to find the variable short-run production cost of. Abū al-Rayhān Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Bīrūnī (–), was born in .. of silver, which caused as much water to run out as was equal to the bulk thereof.