86 | On the movement of bodies on movable surfaces |
87 | Astronomical table of the sun and the moon |
88 | A new theory of light and colors |
89 | On the running down of the motion of the planets |
90 | Analysis of the question whether the faculty of thinking can be attributed to matter or not |
91 | Physical investigations on the nature of the smallest parts of matter |
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 |
173 | New method of finding reciprocal algebraic trajectories |
174 | On the motion of flexible bodies |
365 | Extracts from some letters by Euler to d'Alembert |
550 | On series in which the product of two consecutive terms make a given progression |
551 | Various methods for inquiring into the innate characters of series |
552 | Observations about the division of squares by prime numbers |
553 | Analytical observations |
554 | A more exact disquisition about the residues remaining from the division of squares and of higher powers by prime numbers |
555 | An examination of the use of interpolating methods in the doctrine of series |
556 | On the criteria of whether equation fxx + gyy = hxx admits a resolution or not |
557 | De quibusdam eximiis proprietatibus circa divisores potestatum occurrentibus |
558 | Proposita quacunque protressione ab unitate incipiente, quaeritur quot eius terminos a dminimum addi oporteat, ut omnes numeri producantur |
559 | New assistance for solving the formula axx + 1 = yy |
560 | Miscellaneous analyses |
561 | Various observations about angles proceeding in geometric progression |
562 | On how sines and cosines of multiplied angles may be expressed by products |
586 | Considerations about a theorem of Fermat on the resolution of numbers into polygonal numbers |
587 | An observation on several theorems of the illustrious de la Grange |
588 | An investigation of the integral formula ∫ (x^{m-1} dx)/(1+x^{k})^{n} in the case in which after integration it is set x = ∞ |
589 | An investigation of the value of the integral ∫ (x^{m-1} dx)/(1-2x^{k}cosθ+x^{2k}) the term to be extended from x = 0 to x = ∞ |
590 | Certain theorems in analysis, of which a demonstration is thus far desired |
591 | On the relation between three and more quantities which are to be instituted |
592 | On the resolution of transcendental fractions into infinitely many simple fractions |
593 | On the transformation of series into continued fractions, where at once this not mediocre theory is enlarged |
594 | A method for finding integral formulas, for which in certain cases a given rule holds between them, where at once a method is related for summing continued fractions |
595 | Summatio fractionis continuae cuius indices progressionem arithmeticam constituunt dum numeratores omnes sunt unitates ubi simul resolutio aequationis Riccatianae per huiusmodi fractiones docetur |
596 | On the sum of the series of numbers of the form 1/3 - 1/5 + 1/7 + 1/11 - 1/13 ... in which the prime numbers of the form 4n-1 have positive signs, and those of the form 4n+1 have negative signs |
597 | A new and most easy method for summing series of reciprocals of powers |
598 | De insigni promotione scientiae numerorum |
599 | Solution to a question concerning the calculation of probability: How much should be paid by a couple, so that a certain sum of money can be paid to the heir after the death of the other |
600 | The solution of certain difficult questions in the calculus of probabilities |