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Abu Bakr Muhammad Ibn ‘Abd al-Bāqī al-Baghdadi al-Ansārī al-Kaabī (1050-1141) (Arabic: محمد بن عبد الباقي البغدادي) also known as Qadi al-Maristan, was an Arab jurist and mathematician. He was the author of a commentary on the tenth book of Euclid's Elements, which was translated by Gerard of Cremona as Liber judei super decimum Euclidis. The work was popular in Europe with several Latin manuscripts still extant. Other works include:

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  • محمد بن عبد الباقي بن محمد بن عبد الله بن محمد الأنصاري البصري البغدادي الكعبي المشهور ب‍محمد بن عبد الباقي الأنصاري والمكنى أبا علي وأبا بكر ولد عام 443ه‍ وتوفي عام 535ه‍. عالم حساب ومحدث ثقة عاش في مصر ومكة. وبزاز وفرضي و. أسرته الروم فبقي في الأسر سنة ونصفا.
  • Abu Bakr Muhammad Ibn ‘Abd al-Bāqī al-Baghdadi al-Ansārī al-Kaabī (1050-1141) (Arabic: محمد بن عبد الباقي البغدادي) also known as Qadi al-Maristan, was an Arab jurist and mathematician. He was the author of a commentary on the tenth book of Euclid's Elements, which was translated by Gerard of Cremona as Liber judei super decimum Euclidis. The work was popular in Europe with several Latin manuscripts still extant. Other works include:
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  • محمد بن عبد الباقي بن محمد بن عبد الله بن محمد الأنصاري البصري البغدادي الكعبي المشهور ب‍محمد بن عبد الباقي الأنصاري والمكنى أبا علي وأبا بكر ولد عام 443ه‍ وتوفي عام 535ه‍. عالم حساب ومحدث ثقة عاش في مصر ومكة. وبزاز وفرضي و. أسرته الروم فبقي في الأسر سنة ونصفا.
  • Abu Bakr Muhammad Ibn ‘Abd al-Bāqī al-Baghdadi al-Ansārī al-Kaabī (1050-1141) (Arabic: محمد بن عبد الباقي البغدادي) also known as Qadi al-Maristan, was an Arab jurist and mathematician. He was the author of a commentary on the tenth book of Euclid's Elements, which was translated by Gerard of Cremona as Liber judei super decimum Euclidis. The work was popular in Europe with several Latin manuscripts still extant. Other works include: * Jadawil al-Jayb al-Mahlul al-Daqiqa (detailed tables of sines for each minute), * Risala fi Taqrib Usul al-Hisab fi' al-Jabr wa-‘l-Muqabala (Treatise on approximation of principles of arithmetic) * Kitab al-Tabaqat fi Sharh al-Misaha (book on measurements)
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