Who Influenced Me

When I think of the past, I usually think about my life. I think where did I come, from who influenced me, and made me the person I am today. I think we are   the resulted of what we learn from other people, weather it be the person standing right next at work or from what has taking place in our history. I do not mean just our life itself, but the past life’s of our ancestors, that make us who we are. This paper presents a brief history of how, Al-Khwarizmi, Plato, and Buddha, lives have made us who we are today.
Let me tell you about Muhammad   Al-Khwarizmi, was a Persian scientist, a mathematician, astronomer as well as a geographer, a historian., and author. He may have been born in 780, or around 800; he may have died in 845, or around 840. There is not a lot known about his earlier life. He worked most of his adult life as a learned man   in the House of Wisdom in Baghdad. Some writers on the history of mathematics call Al-Khwarizmi as the father of algebra, other give that title to Diophantus. Al-Khwarizmi's algebra is beyond question foundation and basis of the sciences. He was the first to teach algebra in an elementary form and for its own sake.(mathisgood).(n.d.).   He developed the concept of the algorithm in mathematics , and the words "algorithm" and "algorism" come from Latin and English corruptions of his name.
His systematic and logical approach to solving linear and quadratic equations gave shape to the discipline of algebra, a word that is derived from the name of his 830 book on the subject, Hisab al-jabr wa al-muqabala (حساب الجبر و المقابلة in Arabic).(Al Khwarizmi Biography) (n.d.). Algebra is a compilation of rules, together with demonstrations, for finding solutions of linear and quadratic equations based on intuitive geometric arguments, rather than the abstract notation now associated with the subject. Its systematic, demonstrative approach distinguishes it from earlier treatments of the subject. It also contains sections on calculating...