Nanofluids were a mixture of liquid fluids as base fluids with nanoparticles measuring 1-100 nanometers (nm). Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) was the study of the movement of fluid flows that can conduct electricity (electrical conduction) which was influenced by a magnetic field. Equation builder containing continuity equation, momentum equation, and energy equation. Then the builder equation was transformed into the boundary layer approximation equation. The boundary layer equation obtained was transformed into a similarity equation. The similarity equation was solved numerically used the Keller-Box method. The results of the numerical solution analyzed the effect of magnetic (M) and radiation (R) parameters on the velocity (f') and temperature (s) profile of the nanofluids. The numerical simulation results obtained were that the effect of magnetic parameters on the velocity profile increases but the temperature profile decreases. The influence of the Prandtl number parameter did not have a significant effect, but the speed increases with increasing the value of η, and the temperature profile decreases with increasing Pr. If the radiation velocity profile did not change significantly with the variation of R, then the temperature profile will increase with the increase in the value of R.