Euler’s death in 1783 was followed by a period of stagnation in mathematics. He had indeed solved everything: an unsurpassed treatment of infinite and differential calculus (Euler 1748, 1755), solvable integrals solved, solvable differential equations solved (Euler 1768, 1769), the secrets of liquids (Euler 1755b), of mechanics (Euler 1736b, Lagrange 1788), of variational calculus (Euler 1744), of algebra (Euler 1770), unveiled. It seemed that no other task remained than to study about 30,000 pages of Euler’s work.
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