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When Gauss plays Ehrenfeucht-Fra´ssÚ game, he always wins.


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Submitted January 02 -- in Mathematics -- by FedeCapo

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The actual statement of Godel's incompleteness theorem is that every consistent system cannot prove the existence of Gauss ,and it directly implies the version we know nowadays.


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Submitted February 18 -- in Mathematics -- by Vin

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Gauss can create a sequence with two distinct limits


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Submitted December 04 -- in Mathematics -- by skycao

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Gauss, only using three sticks whose lenghts are a, b, c, can build a triangle even if a + b < c


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Submitted November 19 -- in Mathematics -- by ilCapo

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Cayley's theorem is true because Gauss had only created permutation groups.


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Submitted November 12 -- in Mathematics -- by ilCapo

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All your theorems are belong to Gauss.


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Submitted January 21 -- in Mathematics -- by Y. N.

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At night, theorems sit around the campfire and tell stories about Gauss .


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Submitted September 30 -- in Mathematics -- by Y. N.

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When Gauss was cremated, he rebuilt himself into two copies of himself using the Banach-Tarski theorem


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Submitted November 07 -- in Mathematics -- by qwerty

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Gauss had a theory of arithmetic that was consistent and complete. Also, he proved the incompleteness theorems. When God uttered "But ... isn't there a contradic-" Gauss disproved his existence.


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Submitted January 24 -- in Mathematics -- by Chef

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The most precise statement of the well-ordering theorem is: Gauss has bothered to well-order every set. Since we do not know if he has, it is undecidable.


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Submitted October 02 -- in Mathematics -- by Chef

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