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You'll get the Error when you try to integrate the Gaussian.


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Submitted January 15 -- in Mathematics -- by jiawenkb

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In His great Elimination, Gauss gave us the Triangulars.


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Submitted November 29 -- in Mathematics -- by jiawenkb

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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 February 22 -- in Mathematics -- by rossi

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Gauss proves the well-ordering theorem by glaring at the set in question until it orders itself out of sheer terror.


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Submitted April 12 -- in Mathematics -- by squattingmouse

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Some numbers are transcendental because Gauss didn't think they were rational enough.


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Submitted February 22 -- in Mathematics -- by djmathman

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Gauss chooses his lotto numbers from an undecidable set.


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Submitted January 14 -- in Mathematics -- by christianp

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Gauss plays basketball with a Riemann sphere.


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Submitted August 28 -- in Mathematics -- by alanrobinski

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Gauss wins a car no matter what door he opens.


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Submitted December 28 -- in Mathematics -- by alanrobinski

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When Hilbert complained that every room in his hotel was full, his friend Gauss did him a favor and found a spot for the next guest.


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Submitted September 25 -- in Mathematics -- by alanrobinski

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There are no known methods to find the inverse of a matrix whose determinant is zero, besides asking Carl Gauss.


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Submitted February 22 -- in Mathematics -- by alanrobinski

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