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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
 Gauss, Karl Friedrich 17771855. German mathematician and astronomer known for his contributions to algebra, differential geometry, probability theory, and number theory.
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That also goes for a variable magnetic Bfield lab that would allow us to verify or not the Russian claim that magnetic fields on the order of Earth's 1/2 Gauss is really needed for long term health especially in regards to the production of some essential hormones produce by the pituitary gland.

When k = 3, this is often called Gauss 'Theorem or the Divergence Theorem and is useful in vector calculus: dot product.

When k = 3, this is often called Gauss 'Theorem dot product.

This bell shaped curve is called Gauss's curve or the normal distribution.

THE GAUSSSEIDEL METHOD You will now look at a modification of the Jacobi method called the GaussSeidel method, named after Carl Friedrich Gauss (17771855) and Philipp L. Seidel

Modeling suggests the relic is traveling at 1,000 km per second and has a a magnetic field between 5 and 7 micro Gauss, which is about 100,000 times smaller than the Earth's northpointing magnetic field, but on the order of the magnetic fields within the Milky

The form known as Gauss's Theorem (k = 3) takes care of the equations involving the divergence, and the form commonly known as just

The "Gauss" observations and those at Cape Adare bore out the frequency of easterly winds, and on the "Scotia" it was observed that practically all of the easterly winds met with were to the south of the Antarctic Circle.

Base (the 'Gauss') had been frozen in as early in the season as February
The Home of the Blizzard Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 19111914

The 'Gauss' in the same waters charted Kaiser Wilhelm II Land well to the south of
The Home of the Blizzard Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 19111914
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