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September 24, 2020
Jan de Witt born in Dordrecht, Netherlands. This statesman for the Netherlands wrote, before 1650, one of the first systematic developments of the analytic geometry of the straight line and conics. It was printed in Van Schooten's second Latin edition of Descartes' geometry (1659-1661). More information about: Jan de Witt

September 24, 2020
Max Noether, father of Emmy Noether and a mathematician himself, born in Mannheim, Baden, Germany. More information about: Max Noether

September 24, 2020
Girolamo Cardano born in Pavia, Milan, Italy. Famous for his Ars magna of 1545, which contained algebraic solutions to cubic and quadric equations, he was one of the most colorful figures in the whole history of mathematics. More information about: Girolamo Cardano Ars Magna

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