Leonhard Euler

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Noun1.Leonhard Euler - Swiss mathematician (1707-1783)Leonhard Euler - Swiss mathematician (1707-1783)  
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In 1735, Leonard Euler found that such a trip would be impossible, later publishing his proof in a paper titled "Solutio problematis ad geometriam situs pertinentis," or "The solution of a problem relating to the geometry of position.
A retired math teacher and author of The Prince of Mathematics: Carl Freidrich Gauss writes about the interwoven lives of several 17th century European princes of mathematics: several members of the Bernoulli family and their friend, Leonard Euler.