# Elements of Algebra' by Leonhard Euler (1770)

Elements of Algebra' by Leonhard Euler (1770)

Elements of Algebra is a mathematics textbook written by Leonhard Euler in 1770.

The book is considered an important and influential work in the field of mathematics.

It provides an overview of algebraic concepts and methods of calculation.

The book contains an in-depth look at the properties of linear equations and polynomials.

It includes a detailed analysis of polynomial equations and their solutions.

The book also covers topics like infinite series, roots of equations, and the theory of equations.

Euler's work has been cited as an influence on later mathematicians, such as Carl Gauss.

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