Leonhard Euler

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In existographies, Leonhard Euler (248-172 BE) (1707-1783 ACM) (IQ:185|#15) (ID:2.57|76) (Cattell 1000:512) (RGM:91|1,350+) (PR:185|65AE / mathematician:5) (Murray 4000:16|CS / 1|M) Simmons 100:35) (GME:1) (CR:103) (LH:4) (TL:111|#98) was a Swiss mathematician, physicist, and astronomer, noted for []


The following are quotes:

“If Gauss is prince, Euler is king.”
— Anon (c.2000), Source; spin on Eric Bell’s 1939 §:14 The Prince of Mathematicians: Gauss [1]

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  1. Bell, Eric. (1939). The Men of Mathematics: The Lives and Achievements of the Great Mathematicians from Zeno to Poincare (§:14 The Prince of Mathematicians: Gauss, pgs. 218–69). Simon.

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