Newton did not give F =ma : Euler did in 1775. Why credit is given to him?

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       Newton did not give F =ma : Euler did in 1775, concrete proofs.

 Scientists illogically and unscientifically CREDITED Second Law of Motion to Newton
(i) Newton published the Principia three editions in 1687, 1713,1726. He never wrote F =ma (second law of motion)

(ii) Newton died in 1727 thus without writing anything about the law (F=ma)

(iii) Swiss scientist Leonhard Euler stated F = ma in1775 after years death of Newton.
Euler’s Paper
 E479 stating F =ma, can be found at  page 223
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(vi) Newton discovered law . Why credited to Newton? What is fault of Euler?.
(v) We should TEACH CORRECT THINGS TO STUDENTS.

Details: original paper published in Science Citation Index (E) journal, abstracted in Current Contents etc. etc. available at
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