**Euler integral** — In mathematics, there are two types of Euler integral: # Euler integral of the first kind : the Beta function mathrm{Beta}(x,y)= int 0^1t^{x 1}(1 t)^{y 1},dt =frac{Gamma(x)Gamma(y)}{Gamma(x+y)} # Euler integral of the second kind : the Gamma… … Wikipedia

**Euler's equations (rigid body dynamics)** — This page discusses rigid body dynamics. For other uses, see Euler function (disambiguation). In physics, Euler s equations describe the rotation of a rigid body in a frame of reference fixed in the rotating body:egin{matrix}I 1dot{omega} {1}+(I … Wikipedia

**EU (disambiguation)** — EU generally refers to the European Union, an intergovernmental and supranational organisation of sovereign states centred in Europe, sharing its own flag, anthem, central bank, currency, elected parliament, supreme court and common foreign and… … Wikipedia

**E (disambiguation)** — E is the fifth letter of the Latin alphabet. E may also refer to:Medicine and genetics*E number, a number code for a food additive, an EU labelling requirement * Haplogroup E (mtDNA), a human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroup * Haplogroup E (Y … Wikipedia

**Gamma (disambiguation)** — Gamma is the third letter of the Greek alphabet. Gamma may also refer to:cience and mathematicsGeneral* Gamma wave, a type of brain wave * Latin gamma, used as an IPA symbol for voiced velar fricative, and in the alphabets of African languages *… … Wikipedia

**Precession (disambiguation)** — Precession refers to a change in the direction of the axis of a rotating object.Precession may specifically mean:*Precession (astronomy) mdash; the precession of the Earth s axis of rotation (also known as the precession of the equinoxes ), or… … Wikipedia

**Oiler** — may refer to: Oiler (ship), a type of nautical ship Slang for diesel engine Oiler (occupation), an occupation Any person who works in the oilpatch from a derrickhand to a toolpush The Oiler, an unnamed character in The Open Boat by Stephen Crane… … Wikipedia

**Differential geometry of surfaces** — Carl Friedrich Gauss in 1828 In mathematics, the differential geometry of surfaces deals with smooth surfaces with various additional structures, most often, a Riemannian metric. Surfaces have been extensively studied from various perspectives:… … Wikipedia

**Joseph Louis Lagrange** — Lagrange redirects here. For other uses, see Lagrange (disambiguation). Joseph Louis Lagrange Joseph Louis (Giuseppe Lodovico), comte de Lagrange … Wikipedia

**Bending** — For other uses, see Bending (disambiguation). Flexure redirects here. For joints that bend, see living hinge. For bearings that operate by bending, see flexure bearing. Continuum mechanics … Wikipedia