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- Bhaskara was an Indian mathematician.
- He was the linear successor of Brahmagupta.
- He was the head of an astronomical observatory at Ujjain.
- He was born in 1114 in Biddur.
- He was the first to write a full work using the complete decimal system.
- His works include Lilavati and Bijaganita.
- He completed the gaps in several of Brahmaguptaโs works.
- He predicted the use of signs in modern mathematics.
- He used letters to demarcate unknown values.
- He worked on quadratic equations and polygons.