from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Euler, Leonhard 1707-1783. Swiss mathematician noted both for his work in analysis and algebra, including complex numbers and logarithms, and his introduction of much of the basic notation in mathematics.
- Euler, Ulf Svante von 1905-1983. Swedish physiologist. He shared a 1970 Nobel Prize for studies of nerve impulse transmission.
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- proper n. Leonhard Euler, Swiss mathematician and physicist.
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- n. Swiss mathematician (1707-1783)
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EULER: One of the main Supervisor robots of Robot City, Euler possesses a bipedal, bilaterally symmetrical structure covered with a metallic skin.
Since 1958 Ulf von Euler is married to countess Dagmar
Professor von Euler is a Member of the Royal Academies of Sciences in Stockholm and in Copenhagen, the Leopoldina Academy
It's called Euler's Identity, and it's equal to -1.
Also known as Euler's formula one of his formulas anyway it can be, fairly, straightforwardly derived a number of ways.
It took him a year and a half, but Veneziano finally realized this: all the mathematical properties of the S‑matrix he sought were possessed by a single, simple mathematical function called the Euler beta-function.
ZIMMER: Yeah, this is - you saw - sometimes called Euler's identity.
"We'd also like to celebrate Feb. 71 ... but that won't work," joked Kotula, referring to another important transcendental number in mathematics, 2.71, known as Euler's number.
Instead of the pseudo-hands possessed by human-oriented supervisors, such as Euler, Avernus has interchangeable hands for various functions.
The great eighteenth - and nineteenth-century mathematicians such as Euler, Laplace, Lagrange, Hamilton, and
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