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Gauss doesn't understand why some people think P != NP. He can solve anything in constant time.


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Submitted July 21 -- in Computer Science -- by Sean K

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Gauss can solve problems in time O(0).


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

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Gauss taught Sherlock Holmes to solve linear equations. "Eliminatory, my dear Holmes," he explained.


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

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For Gauss, every game is determined... It doesn't matter if it is finite or not...


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Submitted June 04 -- in Computer Science -- by Rahmaniac

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Gauss never understood the concept of NP problems because the first feasible solution he uses is always the optimum.


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Submitted June 04 -- in Computer Science -- by PatWat

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Gauss assumed that N=1 and thus P=NP. He can do that.


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Submitted June 01 -- in Computer Science -- by Turing

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Gauss can calculate the solution to the Boolean satisfiability problem in O(1) time.


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Submitted June 02 -- in Computer Science -- by Rob

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Gauss views the Halting problem as trivial. Because it is, if you're Gauss.


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

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Gauss can run bogosort in constant time.


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Submitted September 20 -- in Computer Science -- by dl5

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Gauss is an actual oracle for all reduction problems.


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Submitted May 07 -- in Computer Science -- by j3r3my

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