Omar Khayyam is the Persian mathematician. He was born on 18 May 1048. His death date is 4 December 1131. He was also the poet. He was born in Nishapur who is the northeastern place in Iran. In the mathimatics, he is the remarkable work is to classification and cubic equations solutions.
He also provides geometric solutions by the intersection of comics. He also made contributions for the parallel axiom. He also designed the Jalali calendar as an astronomer. He was also a poet and his poetry translate in English, his poetry translates in English by Edward Fitz Gerald in 1859.
During his life, he was famous in mathematics. He also deals with parallel axiom. He also provides the real number concept, geometric algebra, solution of cubic equations and binomial theorem and extraction of roots.
Omar Khayyam birthday celebrated by Google
Today Google celebrated the Omar Khayyam birthday due to his discovery in mathematics, astronomer and his poetry. Omar Khayyam was born in 1048 in Iran and died in 1131 in his birthplace. Google celebrates his 971 birthday.
He studied under the scholars which name has been included Sheikh Muhammad Mansuri, Imam Mowaffaq Nishpuri, Khayyam made the great discovery and strong grip in his student life on mathematics and astronomy.
At the age of 22, he made his name in the field of mathematics and astronomy. His work was also famous in algebra and balancing. He was famous in poems, posthumously, mathematics and astronomy, he died at the age of 83 on 4 December 1131.