
Definition of Leonhard Euler
1. Noun. Swiss mathematician (17071783).
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1. A History of the Conceptions of Limits and Fluxions in Great Britain, from by Florian Cajori (1919)
"... Review of Treatises written by Leonhard Euler, Robert Smith, and Jurin 142.
Being in a somewhat combative mood, Robins made attacks upon Euler's ..."
2. A Mathematical Solution Book Containing Systematic Solutions to Many of the by Benjamin Franklin Finkel (1888)
"Leonhard Euler (oi'ler), one of the greatest and most prolific mathematicians
that the world has produced, was born at Basel, Switzerland, on the 15th day ..."
3. A List of Books on the History of Science by John Crerar Library, Aksel Gustav Salomon Josephson (1911)
"Leonhard Euler in Berlin, von G. Valentin. — Euler und die Variationsrechnung,
von Adolf Kneser. — Über bahnbrechende Arbeiten Leonhard Eulers aus der ..."
4. A Short History of Astronomy by Arthur Berry (1899)
"Leonhard Euler was born at Basle in 1707, 14 years later than Bradley and six years
... Leonhard Euler himself was a favourite pupil of John Bernouilli (the ..."
5. The Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus: Based on by Jacob William Albert Young, Charles Elijah Linebarger, Walther Nernst, Arthur Schoenflies (1900)
"Leonhard Euler (17071783) was the son of a clergyman who was himself a pupil
... Leonhard Euler was a pupil of John Bernoulli, and Nicholas the second and ..."
6. History of the Church in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries by Karl Rudolf Hagenbach, John Fletcher Hurst (1869)
"Leonhard Euler, the son of Pastor Paul Euler, of Riehen, was born at that place
on the 15th of April, 1707.1 He was educated in Basle. ..."
7. The Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus: Based on by Jacob William Albert Young, Charles Elijah Linebarger, Walther Nernst, Arthur Schoenflies (1900)
"Leonhard Euler (17071783) was the son of a clergyman who was himself a pupil
... Leonhard Euler was a pupil of John Bernoulli, and Nicholas the second and ..."