# Associations to the word «Euler»

## Noun

- Integral
- Equation
- Theorem
- Calculus
- Zeta
- Curvature
- Integer
- Mathematician
- Rotation
- Vertex
- Topology
- Formula
- Polynomial
- Conjecture
- Generalization
- Hermes
- Manifold
- Spiral
- Stokes
- Sine
- Flycatcher
- Angle
- Cos
- Constant
- Graph
- Dynamics
- Characteristic
- Notation
- Diagram
- Momentum
- Swiss
- Descartes
- Newton
- Tensor
- Duality
- Triangle
- Matrice
- Mathematics
- Dt
- Sum
- Gamma
- Fourier
- Basel
- Convergence
- Inertia
- Augustin
- Derivation
- Approximation
- Vector
- Bridges
- Bonnet
- Mechanics
- Lucie
- Proof
- Axis
- Bundle
- Geometry
- Algebra
- Function

## Adjective

- Topological
- Quadratic
- Exponential
- Differential
- Algebraic
- Implicit
- Projective
- Transcendental
- Divergent
- Polynomial
- Gaussian
- Analytic
- Characteristic
- Orthogonal
- Manifold
- Euclidean
- Homogeneous
- Mathematical
- Angular
- Inverse
- Planar
- Numerical
- Integral
- Convex
- Dimensional
- Finite
- Irrational
- Decimal
- Mod
- Constant
- Rigid
- Modular
- Invariant
- Imaginary
- Harmonic
- Fractional
- Prime

## Wiktionary

EULER, proper noun. Leonhard Euler, Swiss mathematician and physicist.

EULER CHARACTERISTIC, noun. (topology) (of a topological space) The sum of even-dimensional Betti numbers minus the sum of odd-dimensional ones.

EULER CHARACTERISTICS, noun. Plural of Euler characteristic

EULER DIAGRAM, noun. A diagram representing some sets by contours of closed shapes, typically circles and ellipses, and indicating the relationships between the sets: (1) by overlapping the shapes to show that the corresponding sets have a non-empty intersection, (2) by enclosing one shape entirely within another to show that the former set is a subset of the latter, and/or (3) by showing completely separate shapes to show that neither of these two aforementioned facts applies to the corresponding sets. Also — and unlike for Venn diagrams — there is no restriction on the total number of connected regions (whether simple or not) into which the space of the diagram gets split into by the criss-crossing contours.

EULER METHOD, proper noun. (differential equations) A method for numerically approximating the solution to an ordinary differential equation with a given initial value.

## Dictionary definition

EULER, noun. Swiss mathematician (1707-1783).

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