Cramer is best known for his work on determinants (1750) but also made contributions to the study of algebraic curves (1750).
References (4 books/articles)
A page from a work by Cramer:
Title page of Introduction à l'analyses des lignes courbes algebriques (1750)
References elsewhere in this archive:
Tell me about Cramer's work on matrices and determinants
Cramer worked on the Devil's Curve
Gabriel Cramer was elected to the Royal Society of London in 1749. You can see a history of the Royal Society and a list of the members among the mathematicians in our archive.
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