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  • 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

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  • Professor von Euler is a Member of the Royal Academies of Sciences in Stockholm and in Copenhagen, the Leopoldina Academy

    Ulf von Euler - Biography

  • It's called Euler's Identity, and it's equal to -1.

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  • Also known as Euler's formula one of his formulas anyway it can be, fairly, straightforwardly derived a number of ways.

    Intriguing equation: e^(i*pi)=-1

  • 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.

    Euclid’s Window

  • 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.

    Eastern Echo BETA

  • 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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