**The First 1000 Euler Numbers**by

**Unknown**

*page 1 of 271 (00%)*

Mathematical constants and numbers
edited by Simon Plouffe Associate Professor LaCIM, University of Quebec at Montreal http://www.lacim.uqam.ca/pi : Plouffe's Inverter plouffe@math.uqam.ca The first 1000 Euler numbers as defined by 2/(exp(t)+exp(-t)) = sum(exp(n)/n!*t^n, n = 0..infinity) are the coefficients of the series expansion. Euler(0) 1 Euler(2) -1 Euler(4) 5 Euler(6) -61 |