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Leonhard Euler Leonhard Euler from Basel Switzerland was one of the most prolific mathematicians of all time He was born to Margaret and Reverend Paul Euler on April 15 1707 Right from the start his father a pastor wanted his son to follow in his footsteps and sent him to the University of Basel to prepare for the ministry but geometry soon became his favorite subject Throughout his life he published many books and articles pertaining to mathematics physics and other topics It was once said that Euler calculated without apparent effort as men breathe Although he was set back by partial blindness in his 20s and then almost complete blindness in his later life he was still able to discover some of the most important mathematical works of his time Through his teacher Bernoulli Euler obtained his fathers consent to change his major to mathematics He joined the St Petersburg Academy of Science in 1727 When funds were shorts at the academy he served as a medical lieutenant in the Russian navy from 1727 to 1730 In St Petersburg he boarded at Bernoullis son Daniels home He became professor of physics at the academy in 1730 and professor of mathematics in 1733 when he married and left Bernoullis house His reputation grew after the publication of many articles and his book Mechanica which presented Newtons dynamics in the form of mathematical analysis for the first time By the time of his death in 1783 Euler was nearly blind and he had contributed immensely to the field of mathematics and geometry He was one of the greatest mathematicians of all time His numerous works over 900 publications in many areas had a decisive influence on the development of mathematics an influence that is felt to this day
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