Q: What maths term comes from Arabic?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

The word "algebra" comes from the Arabic "al-jabr", translating as "restoration".

i hate maths

my nth term maths is very tuff because its syallabus is changed

The Roman numeral of MDCL converted into an Hindu-Arabic numeral is 1650

3.14159

Related questions

The word "algebra" comes from the Arabic "al-jabr", translating as "restoration".

i hate maths

The word or term alkali comes from the Arabic language.

Term to Term rule in Maths is how much you go up or down in. e.g 1,2,3,4,5,6 would be +1

my nth term maths is very tuff because its syallabus is changed

The language that the term aloe Vera evolved from is Arabic and Latin. Aloe comes from the Arabic word, Alloeh, meaning shining bitter substance while Vera is Latin and means true.

No, it is not a mathematical term.

The Roman numeral of MDCL converted into an Hindu-Arabic numeral is 1650

The term Arabic refers to MOST people who speak Arabic and share a common culture!

The term "halal" comes from the Arabic language. It means "legal" or "permissible" and is used in relation to Islamic Law. The opposite of "halal" is "haraam."

3.14159

a maths solution