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BEZOUT, Etienne. Théorie générale des équations algébriques. 

Paris, Ph.-D. Pierres, 1779.

Un volume in quarto (251x195 mm), (4)-xxviii-471 pages.  reliure : Demi chagrin moderne. Salissures au premier et derniers feuillets sinon exemplaire très frais. 

Édition originale.
Bezout y traite de la résolution des équations à n inconnues par élimination.

références: DSB [II pp.111-5 : "It was not until 1779 that Bezout published his Théorie des équations algébriques, his major work on elimination theory. Its best-known achievement is the statement and proof of Bezout's theorem : 'The degree of the final equation resulting from any number of complete equations in the same number of unknowns, and of any degrees, is equal to the product of the degrees of the equations'... Bezout's work on resultants stimulated many investigations in the modern theory of elimination, including Cauchy's refinements of elimination procedure and Sylvester's resultants and inertia forms. Bezout's theorem is crucial to the study of the intersection of manifolds in algebraic geometry...".].

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