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The Algebra of Omar Khayyam,
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Known in Iran as a leading mathematician, Omar gained literary importance through certain quatrains that were translated by Edward FitzGerald. The Ruba' iyat. Title, The Algebra of Omar Khayyam Issue of Contributions to education. Author, Daoud S. Kasir. Contributors, Omar Khayyam, New York. Edition, reprint. The algebra of Omar Khayyam / by Daoud S. Kasir. New York, Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, Author. Omar Khayyam. The Algebra of Omar Khayyam by Daoud S. Kasir and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at debussy-amincissement.com Get this from a library! The algebra of Omar Khayyam,. [Omar Khayyam.; Daoud S Kasir].
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