Muhammad ibn Musa Al-Khorezmi was, without doubt, the most famous representative of the world-famous Dorul-Hikma (“House of Wisdom”) during the time of the Abbasid Caliphate in Baghdad. Thanks to his scientific heritage, he is considered the most famous mathematician of an entire era, who lived from about 787 to 850 years. His name indicates that he was born in a place called Hvarizem.
In this film we want to consider the influence and contribution of Al-Khorezmi to the development of the exact sciences, namely the formation of such a direction as: "Algebra".
Al-Khorezmi first introduced algebra as an independent science on general methods for solving linear and quadratic equations, gave a classification of these equations.
Historians of science appreciate al-Khorezmi’s scientific and popularization activities. The well-known historian of science, J. Sarton, called him "the greatest mathematician of his time and, if we take into account all the circumstances, one of the greatest of all times."
This film is a non-profit project and is planned to be distributed freely on the Internet, as well as through higher education institutions of the European Union, the United States and the CIS.