Book: Niccolo Tartaglia, Questions et inventions diverses: Livre IX ou l’invention de la résolution des équations du troisième degré
August 24, 2010 in Uncategorized
translation and commented by Gérard Hamon and Lucette Degryse, Editions Hermann, 2010.
Book IX of Tartaglia’s Quesiti et Inventioni diverse de Nicolo Tartalea (1546) contains his rule for the solution of a cubic equation, first made known to the world by Cardano. This book offers a French translation of the original. More information at
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