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There are no known methods to find the inverse of a matrix whose determinant is zero, besides asking Carl Gauss.
Submitted April 27 -- in Mathematics -- by alanrobinski
Even though calculus was invented 100 years before Gauss' time, he still invented it first.
Submitted April 27 -- in Mathematics -- by Thor
Gauss can create a sequence with two distinct limits
Submitted December 04 -- in Mathematics -- by skycao
Gauss doesn't need any axioms to prove theorems.
Submitted March 31 -- in Mathematics -- by abcdef
Gauss never needs to resort to a Martingale strategy while gambling. He wins every bet.
Submitted June 09 -- in Statistics -- by rossi
In elementary school when Gauss was asked if he could add 1 - 1/3 + 1/5 - ..., he replied it was as easy as a piece of pi.
Submitted April 27 -- in Mathematics -- by Steeber
Gauss is able to draw a logarithmic plot including the origin.
Submitted December 10 -- in Mathematics -- by fabianbiebl
Gauss doesn't look for roots of equations, they come to him.
Submitted April 27 -- in Mathematics -- by Matt
Gauss is neither a Frequentist nor a Bayesian. For Gauss, the probability is always 1.
Submitted April 27 -- in Statistics -- by Logic_Nest
When Gauss plays as player A, the player A has the winning strategy. When Gauss plays as player B, the player B has the winning strategy.
Submitted August 13 -- in Mathematics -- by Secret Name