y4 - x4 + a y2 + b x2 = 0
Polar equation (Special case):
r = √[(25 - 24tan2(θ))/(1 - tan2(θ))]
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Cramer (1704-1752) was a Swiss mathematician. He became professor of mathematics at Geneva and wrote on work related to physics; also on geometry and the history of mathematics. He is best known for his work on determinants (1750) but also made contributions to the study of algebraic curves (1750).
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