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Gauss was less Bayesian than Bayes was Gaussian.


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Submitted September 20 -- in Statistics -- by Prof Shadoko

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Gauss once said suppose sqrt(2) = p/q where p&q are integers. He found 2 such integers.


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Submitted September 20 -- in Mathematics -- by rossi

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Gauss once proved a theorem, but he didn't like it. So he disproved it.


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Submitted September 20 -- in Mathematics -- by alanrobinski

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It's unbelievable that some people compare Gauss to God. I mean, He's cool and all, but he's no Gauss...


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Submitted September 20 -- in Miscellaneous -- by JT

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When Gauss was one year old, his mother asked him what is the greatest prime number to keep him from crying and Gauss instantly proved they are infinite.


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Submitted September 20 -- in Mathematics -- by Gauss

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Gauss can sort in O(log(n)) time.


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Submitted September 20 -- in Computer Science -- by Brian

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On Day One Gauss divided by 0 and thus the universe was created.


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Submitted September 20 -- in Mathematics -- by HeyVegeta

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God and Gauss have a deal. When God finally stumps Gauss with a theorem to prove, the world will end. Since we're still on Earth guess how that's going?


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Submitted October 08 -- in Miscellaneous -- by Dcinci

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Gauss can draw parallel lines on a sphere.


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Submitted September 20 -- in Mathematics -- by Amy in Alaska

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If mathematicians were Turing machines, Gauss would be the Busy Beaver.


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Submitted September 20 -- in Computer Science -- by Sqrt2

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