The Importance of Translation Mathematics Old Script

Ishak, Shahrul Nizam and Marzuki, Noor Hayati and Md. Ali, Jamaludin (2009) The Importance of Translation Mathematics Old Script. Malaysian Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 3 (1). pp. 55-66. ISSN 1823-8343

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In this paper, a concise discussion of the text study will be carried out by focusing on the significant of Malay mathematics old script translation. We also discuss the importance of the translation work that need to emphasize. Stages of the translation period based on history knowledge also been highlighted. An example of the translation from Rauat al-ussab fi ‘Ilm al-isab that was written by Malay ‘Ulama1 in 1307H/1893M is also shown here. The book was printed in Egypt and has been used in teaching and learning among the student at the Holy Mosque (Masjid al- Haram). Therefore, from this work hope that the introduction of the book presented here is sufficient to stimulate interest in readers and researchers to embark and investigate the beauty and the power of script translation in providing more knowledge especially in the mathematics education area.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Mathematics Translation, Old Script, Rauat al-ussab
Faculty or Institute:Institute for Mathematical Research
Publisher:UPM Press
ID Code:12617
Deposited By: Najwani Amir Sariffudin
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