Book II.- I On Curves in General.- II On the Change of Coordinates.- III On the Classification of Algebraic Curves by Orders.- IV On the Special Properties of Lines of Any Order.- V On the Second… Expand

Leonhard Euler, the most eminent of Switzerland's scien tists, was a gifted 18th-century mathematician who enriched mathematics in almost every department and whose energy was at least as remarkable… Expand

On Finite Differences.- On the Use of Differences in the Theory of Series.- On the Infinite and the Infinitely Small.- On the Nature of Differentials of Each Order.- On the Differentiation of… Expand

Euler presents a third proof of the Fermat theorem, the one that lets us call it the Euler-Fermat theorem. This seems to be the proof that Euler likes best. He also proves that the smallest power x^n… Expand