Institutionum calculi integralis
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Institutionum calculi integralis is a three-volume textbook written by Leonhard Euler and published in 1768. It was on the subject of integral calculus and contained many of Euler's discoveries about differential equations.
- Full text available from Archive.org.
- Full text (1768) available from books.google.com.
-  provides a complete English translation of Euler's Institutionum calculi integralis by Ian Bruce.
- German translation Vollständige Anleitung zur Integralrechnung (1828) available from e-rara.ch.
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