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**Rules**: A Gauss fact is a short and usually absurd claim about Gauss's intelligence. - - If your fact isn't published on our website, don't feel offended, and thank you!

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

Submitted June 22 -- in Mathematics -- by rossi

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Gauss knows explicit well-orderings of the reals.

Submitted April 06 -- in Mathematics -- by Norym

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There are no theorems, just a list of propositions Gauss allows to be true.

Submitted June 22 -- in Mathematics -- by Matt

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For Gauss, arithmetic is consistent AND complete.

Submitted June 22 -- in Mathematics -- by Logic_Nest

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

Submitted November 12 -- in Mathematics -- by ilCapo

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