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  • Born on April, 1707 in Basel, Switzerland, Leonhard Euler was a great and astonishingly talented boy. Leo worked very hard for lots of years and all that work paid off and then became famous. Leo became a mathematician and is now greatly recognized Leo died tragically on September 18, 1783.
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  • Leonhard Euler was a very smart child when he was a kid he also studied very hard to succeed. In the University of Basel before becoming a professor and moving too Russia Leonhard exceeded as a great student and great class member. Euler then entered the world of teaching. After a couple of time he got into the world of math.
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  • When Euler moved to Russia he became a mathematics division teacher. He taught in Russia in the St. Peters burg Academy. He had lots of loyal friendly friends that also worked there. Later on in his life he got married to Katharina Gsell.
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  • A few years after the wedding of Leo and Katharina, She had critical issues and a while later passed away. A little time after her death. Leo remarried this time to Katharina's stepsister. Salome abigail and leonhard had many children. They al lived in russia for many years.
  • In 1736 Euler published his first book" Mechanica" before his many books. After this book it inspired him to make more. By the end of the many books that he wrote having suffered through out the years with fevers and overexertion because of cartography work Euler became severely blind in his write eye.
  • Leonhard in the early 1770 lost his eye sight completely after not allowing any surgery in either of his eyes.As Euler was working not knowing that this day was the the day of his past suffered from a brain hemorrhage and died during the night of September 18, 1783, in St. Petersburg. Euler left many legacies but his largest one was the shaping of modern playing field of math and engineering.
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