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Carl Friedrich Gauss

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  • Then, on the recommendation of the mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss, Dase embarked on another enormous project: compiling a table of factors of all the numbers between 7,000,000 and 10,000,000.

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  • But Carl Friedrich Gauss said that Math is the Queen of the Sciences, so I assumed that it truly was a science...

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  • The great mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss read the appendix and revealed to Bolyai that he had worked out the same results some time earlier.

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  • Here are samples: Carl Friedrich Gauss first proved the fundamental theorem of algebra.

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  • The idea of signaling alien intelligence with a message that didn't depend on language went back to 1820: the mathematical genius Carl Friedrich Gauss suggested clearing an immense section of Siberian forest, and then planting wheat in three squares that would diagram the Pythagorean Theorem.

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  • Carl Friedrich Gauss was born in Braunschweig Bruns-wick, Germany, on April 30, 1777, fifty years after Newton died.

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  • The father had hoped his son would become a bricklayer, but the boy, Carl Friedrich Gauss, thanks to his mother's encouragement, became one of the greatest mathematicians in history.

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  • A student of mathematicians Carl Friedrich Gauss and Johann Pfaff, Möbius is known today primarily for his mathematical and topological discoveries, including the Möbius function, the Möbius transform and the Möbius inversion formula, which are significant in number theory.

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  • "Obviously, he doesn't agree with Gauss," one commenter wrote disdainfully, referring to pioneering mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss, who lived 200 years ago.

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  • THE GAUSS-SEIDEL METHOD You will now look at a modification of the Jacobi method called the Gauss-Seidel method, named after Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855) and Philipp L. Seidel

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