# Quando Che'I Cubo

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- Solution of the Cubic. // Resonance: Journal of Science Education;Aug2006, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p53
The article discusses the solution of the cubic based on the formula of Girolamo Cardano. A lowbrow exposition of Cardano's formula is presented. A historical review on the discovery of computing cubic problems dating 2000 BC is presented. Scientist Rene Descarte have introduced he use of...

- Gerolamo Cardano. Eastman, Jennifer // Gerolamo Cardano;2006, p1
Background information on Italian scientist Gerolamo Cardano is provided. Cardano is best known as a popular writer on algebra, natural history, and astrology. Cardano studied at the University of Pavia and received a doctorate of medicine in 1526. Information on Gleditschï¿½s early life,...

- Gerolamo Cardano. Eastman, Jennifer // Gerolamo Cardano;2006, p1
Background information on Italian scientist Gerolamo Cardano is provided. Cardano is best known as a popular writer on algebra, natural history, and astrology. Cardano studied at the University of Pavia and received a doctorate of medicine in 1526. Information on Gleditschâ€™s early life,...

- Cardano's formula (1545) Mathematics. // Dictionary of Theories;2002, p75
Definition of the term "Cardano's formula," is presented. Italian mathematician and physician Girolamo Cardano published this formula in his book "Ars Magna." However, it is believed that Italian mathematician Nicolo Tartaglia was the original discoverer of the formula. The mathematical formula...

- On Remembering Cardano Anew. Rowe, David; Heeffer, Albrecht; Rothman, Tony // Mathematical Intelligencer;Dec2014, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p53
The article focuses on the life, works, achievements and career of the Italian polymath Gerolamo Cardano. It offers information on the contributions of Cardano that caught the interests of numerous mathematicians and historians. Moreover, the books and mathematical motifs of Cardano are also...

- A great scoundrel. // History of Science & Technology;2004, p162
The article features mathematicians Girolamo Cardano, Scipione del Ferro, Antonio Maria Fiore and Tartaglia. According to the article, Cardano's basic source of income was his work as a physician, but he was also at various times a professor of mathematics. His 1545 book "Ars magna" contains...

- A CLASSROOM NOTE ON: AN EASY LOOK AT THE CUBIC FORMULA. Osler, Thomas J. // Mathematics & Computer Education;Fall2002, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p287
The article presents a study about cubic and quadratic formula. Knowledge of the quadratic formula is older than the Pythagorean Theorem. Solving a cubic equation, on the other hand, was the first major success story of Renaissance mathematics in Italy. The solution was first published by...

- The casus irreducibilis in Cardano's Ars Magna and De Regula Aliza. Confalonieri, Sara // Archive for History of Exact Sciences;May2015, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p257
In Cardano's classification in the Ars Magna (1545, 1570), the cubic equations were arranged in thirteen families. This paper examines the well-known solution methods for the families $$x^3 + a_1x = a_0$$ and $$x^3 = a_1x + a_0$$ and then considers thoroughly the systematic interconnections...

- Lodovico Ferrari. Means, Richard // Lodovico Ferrari;2006, p1
Background information on Italian mathematician Lodovico Ferrari is presented. He is credited with solving the quartic equation. His relationship with noted mathematician Gerolamo Cardano is discussed. Information on Ferrari's early life, education, and career development is reviewed.