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|François Viète's collected works, digitized by Elsevier, show how mathematicians used their books in the past: by writing directly on them as they worked through their questions. Viète, an innovator in the standardization of algebra, published Opera Mathematica in 1646 with the House of Elzevier, a Dutch family publishing house from which modern publisher Elsevier takes its name.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College, Research|
|Resource Types:||Publications, Recreations, Editors/Typesetting|
|Math Topics:||Algebra, History and Biography|
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