The period of ancient Hindu mathematics was known as the golden age of mathematics

The ancient Greek numeral system known as Herodianic numerals was fully developed in 450 BCE and is regular use it was base around a 10 number system similar to the egyptian one

People like Arybhatta, Varahamihir, Brahmagputa, Bhaskara I, Mahavira, Bhaskra II,

Madhava of Sangamargrama and Nilakantha Somayaji shaped the branches of mathematics

Mathematical conquest led by Alexander the great

the classical period of Indian mathematics is 400 CE to 1600 CE

The most famous mathematicians in the classical era were Aryabhata I and Brahmagputa

During this period two centers of mathematical research emerged, one at Kusumapura near Pataliputra

The Islamic people use geometric patterns to decorate their buildings

All these types of math date back to as early as the year 800

During the 9th and 10th century mathematics were roughly designed around ancient Greek mathematics

Algebra came from the idea of expressing mathematical facts

Al-Khwarizmi is credited with writing the first algebra book

The first algebra book translates to restoring balance

The word Algebra is derived from the Arabic word al-jabar

Al-Karaji was the the first Islamic to introduce the algebraic calculus

They developed very large complex negative numbers and decimals and a place value decimal system with algebra, geometry, and trigonometry

Chinese mathematics started to emerge in the 11th century

Europe’s first mathematician was Leonardo of pisa he was known for his Fibonacci sequence of numbers

With the decline of Greek mathematics in the west during the medieval times Chinese algebra reached its zenith in the 13th century

In the 13th century was Europe's numeral system was official

Mathematics in italy in the 14th century gradually spread across europe for the next 200 years

Descartes Added algebra to geometry and created analytic geometry

Girard Desargues made perspective geometry

Pierre de Fermat developed a method for finding maxima,minima and tangents. He first tried it then later found out that it was correct

The decimal number system we use today come from ancient Indian times

Leonhard Euler he founded mathematical analysis and invented a new mathematical function and different equations

Gaspard Monge he introduced Ecole Polytechnique

Janos Bolyai had made more than 20000 pages of math manuscripts

19th century/ George Boole devised an algebra called Boolean logic

George Boole also describe a binary system

Arthur Cayley he introduced a groups of matrices and quatemions

André Weil was a very influential French mathematician around the middle of the 20th Century.

20th century/ G.H. Hardy was one of the greatest mathemathicians of this century

The P versus NP problem was introduced by Stephen Cook

The oldest algebra artifact found to date is the Babylonian clay tablet found in 1984 dates back to 7289

Manindra Agrawl was the 1st person of the first Infosys Prize

In 1994 Perelman proved the soul conjecture