100 | On Amicable Numbers |
101 | Introduction to the Analysis of the Infinite, volume 1 |
102 | Introduction to the Analysis of the Infinite, volume 2 |
103 | Physical Investigations on the tail of comets, the northern lights, and the zodiacal light |
104 | Memoir on the effect of the successive propagation of light in the appearance of the planets as well as the comets |
105 | Memoir on the Grand Equation of the Planets |
106 | Solution to the catoptric problem in Novis Actis Eruditorum Lipsiensibus proposed in November 1745 |
107 | Extract of a letter from Mr. Leonhard Euler, Prof. Mathem. and Member of the Imperial Society at Petersburgh, to the Rev. Mr. Cha. Wetstein, Chaplain and Secretary to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, concerning the Discoveries of the Russians on the North-East Coast of Asia. |
108 | A dissertation on an observed tendency of magents |
109 | Dissertation on Magnets |
110 | Naval Science, volume 1 |
111 | Naval Science, volume 2 |
112 | Studies on the movement of celestial bodies in general |
113 | Method for finding the true moments of both the new and the full moon |
114 | Method of finding the true geocenter of the moon by the obsertvation of the occulation of a fixed star |
115 | Method of determining the longitude of the observation site by observation of the occulations of fixed stars by the moon |
116 | Memoir on the force of oars |
117 | Reflections on the last eclipse of the sun from July 25, 1748 |
118 | On the perfection of objective lenses of telescopes |
119 | On vibrations of excited chords |
120 | Investigations on the question of the differences of the movement of Saturn and Jupiter |
121 | Physical conjectures on the propogation of sound and light with other dissertations: on amicable numbers, on natural equations, and on the rectification of ellipses |
122 | On products created from infinite factors |
123 | Observations on continued fractions |
124 | On the determination of the gradient of heat and cold at each point and time of a region |
125 | Consideration of a progression suitable for finding the quadrature of a circle |
126 | On a new type of oscillation |
127 | An explanation of the phenomena which proceed in turn from the movement of light |
128 | An easy method for computing the natural and artificial sines and tangents of angles |
129 | Investigation of curves which produce evolutes similar to themselves |
130 | Considerations on certain series |
131 | An emmendation to astronomical tables of locating the geocenters of planets |
132 | Method of the celebrated Leonhard Euler for determining a degree of the meridian, as well as of a parallel of the earth, based on the measurement undertaken by the celebrated de Maupertuis and his colleagues |
133 | On the surface of scalene cones and of other conic bodies |
134 | Theorems on divisors of numbers |
135 | Various geometric demonstrations |
136 | On the propagation of pulses in an elastic medium |
137 | Examination of a design for propelling a ship by an internal principle of motion |
138 | On the motion of the lunar nodes, and on the variation of their inclination to the ecliptic |
139 | To what degree the motion of the earth is perturbed by the moon, more accurately investigated |
140 | On the vibration of strings |
141 | On the agreement of the latest eclipses of the sun and moon with my tables, to find the true times of full and new moons |
142 | On the atmosphere of the moon as proved by the last ringed eclipse of the sun |
143 | On the friction of solid bodies |
144 | On the reduction of the resistance of friction |
145 | Research into the largest and the smallest which are found in the action of forces |
146 | Reflection on some general laws of nature which are observed in the effects of random forces |
147 | On the apparent contradiction in the rule of curved lines |
148 | Proof concerning the number on points where two lines of ordinary order can intersect |
149 | Reflections on space and time |
150 | Meditations on the question of determining the moment of time by observations |
151 | A physical conjecture on the propagation of sound and light |
152 | On amicable numbers |
153 | A double demonstration of a theorem of Newton, which gives a relation between the coefficient of an algebraic equation and the sums of the powers of its roots |
154 | Observations on the rectification of ellipses |
155 | Excerpt from a letter of Herr Euler about the concept of asterisms on the celestial sphere |
156 | Opusculorum tomus III. continens novam theoriam magnetis ab illustr. academia regia scient: Parisina praemio condecoratam a. 1744. |
157 | On the extraction of roots from irrational quantities |
158 | Various analytical observations about combinations |
159 | On the oscillating motion of flexible bodies |
160 | On the descent of bodies over an unevenly inclined plane |
161 | On the movement of bodies over an uneven horizontal plane |
162 | A method for integrating rational differential forms involving one variable |
163 | An easier and more expedient method for integrating rational differential forms |
164 | Theorems about the divisors of numbers contained in the form paa ± qbb |
165 | On the motion of fluids arising from different degrees of heat |
166 | On the reduction of curved lines to the arcs of circles |
167 | On the solution of a most difficult problem proposed by Fermat |
168 | On the controversy between Messrs Leibniz and Bernoulli concerning the logarithms of negative and imaginary numbers |
169 | On the cuspidal points of the second kind of Monsieur le Marquis de l'Hopital |
170 | Research on imaginary roots of equations |
171 | Research on the precession of the equinoxes and on the nutation of the earth's axis |
172 | On the parallax of the moon, with respect to its elevation and azimuth, under the hypothesis of a spherical earth |
173 | New method of finding reciprocal algebraic trajectories |
174 | On the motion of flexible bodies |
175 | Discovery of an extraordinary law of numbers in relation to the sum of their divisors |
176 | Exposé concerning the letter from Leibnitz to Koenig in the March, 1751 issue of the Acts of Leipzig on the occasion of his publication of the Principle of Least Action |
177 | Discovery of a new principle in Mechanics |
178 | Reflections of the different degrees of sunlight on other celestial bodies |
179 | Research concerning the effects of a hydraulic machine proposed by M. Segner, professor at Gottingen |
180 | Notice on the subject of Research on the precession of the equinoxes |
181 | Research on the origin of forces |
182 | Letter of Mr. Euler to M. Merian |
183 | Part of a Letter from Leonard Euler, Prof. Math. at Berlin, and F.R.S. To the Rev. Mr. Caspar Wetstein, Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, concerning the gradual Approach of the Earth to the Sun |
184 | Part of a Letter from Mr. Professor Euler to the Reverend Mr. Wetstein, Chaplain to his Royal Highness the Prince, concerning the Contraction of the Orbits of the Planets |
185 | (Euler's preface to the work An examination of the Middle Ages, set forth according to astronomical and chronological principles, by Heinrich Wilhelm Clemm, Berlin 1752) |
186 | Essay on the principle of least action, with an examination of the objections of M. Professor Koenig made against this principle |
187 | Theory of the motion of the moon which exhibits all its irregularities |
188 | Method of integrating differential equations of higher degrees, further developed |
189 | On the determination of series, or a new method for finding the general terms of series |
190 | Consideration of certain series which are gifted with particular properties |
191 | On the partitions of numbers |
192 | Solution of a problem of geometry |
193 | On the perturbation of the movement of planets from a figure not arising from a sphere |
194 | On machines in general |
195 | On the tautochrone motion of pendulums |
196 | Improvement of the magic lantern and solar microscope |
197 | Harmony existing between the general principles of rest and movement by M. de Maupertuis |
198 | On the principle of least action |
199 | Examination of the dissertation of Professor Koenig inserted into the Acts of Leipzig for the month of March 1751 |