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Euler, Leonhard Syllabification: Eu·ler, Leonhard
Pronunciation: /ˈoilər/

Definition of Euler, Leonhard in English:

( 1707–83), Swiss mathematician. He attempted to elucidate the nature of functions, and his study of infinite series led his successors, notably Neils Abel and Augustin Cauchy, to introduce ideas of convergence and rigorous argument into mathematics.

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