Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Gazi

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Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Gazi (مُحَمَّد إِبنُ أَحمَد إِبن غَازِي; about 1437 – 1513) was a mathematician from the Maghreb. He wrote poems about the work of other mathematicians, including Ibn al-Banna' al-Marrakushi.[1] He used lattice multiplication in his math writing.[source?]

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  1. "The Desire of the Students for an Explanation of the Calculator's Craving". LIbrary of Congress. Retrieved 26 May 2013.