# videos

## Première Maths

0:00 What I want to do in this video is

0:30 think about the origins of algebra.

1:04 The origins of algebra, and the word,

1:28 especially in association with the ideas

1:50 that algebra now represents, comes from this book,

2:15 or actually this is a page of the book right over there.

## Lorem ipsum

0:00 What I want to do in this video is

0:25 think about the origins of algebra.

0:50 The origins of algebra, and the word,

1:23 especially in association with the ideas

1:50 that algebra now represents, comes from this book,

2:30 or actually this is a page of the book right over there.

3:00 The English translation for the title of this book

## Lorem ipsum

0:00 What I want to do in this video is

0:25 think about the origins of algebra.

0:50 The origins of algebra, and the word,

1:23 especially in association with the ideas

1:50 that algebra now represents, comes from this book,

2:30 or actually this is a page of the book right over there.

3:00 The English translation for the title of this book

3:26And then when we want– in the religious context,

3:58 instead of saying before common era, we say before Christ, BC.

4:12 But either way, so this is 1000 in the common era.

4:25 This is 2000 in the common era.

4:46 And obviously, we are sitting– at least when

## Lorem ipsum

0:00 What I want to do in this video is

0:25 think about the origins of algebra.

0:50 The origins of algebra, and the word,

1:23 especially in association with the ideas

1:50 that algebra now represents, comes from this book,

2:30 or actually this is a page of the book right over there.

3:00 The English translation for the title of this book

3:22 I don’t know the Latin, Anno Domini, I believe,

## Lorem ipsum

0:00 What I want to do in this video is

0:25 think about the origins of algebra.

0:50 The origins of algebra, and the word,

1:23 especially in association with the ideas

1:50 that algebra now represents, comes from this book,

2:30 or actually this is a page of the book right over there.

3:00 The English translation for the title of this book

3:26And then when we want– in the religious context,

3:58 instead of saying before common era, we say before Christ, BC.

4:12 But either way, so this is 1000 in the common era.

4:25 This is 2000 in the common era.

4:46 And obviously, we are sitting– at least when

## Lorem ipsum

0:00 What I want to do in this video is

0:25 think about the origins of algebra.

0:50 The origins of algebra, and the word,

1:23 especially in association with the ideas

1:50 that algebra now represents, comes from this book,

2:30 or actually this is a page of the book right over there.

3:00 The English translation for the title of this book

3:22 I don’t know the Latin, Anno Domini, I believe,