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When Gauss does Gaussian elimination, it takes O(N). If he pivots, it takes O(log(N)).


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Submitted May 01 -- in Mathematics -- by Joe

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When Gauss' wife asked him, "How much do you love me?" It quantified it with an irrational number.


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Submitted April 29 -- in Mathematics -- by Stuber

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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 see all 11 dimensions and can create more whenever he wants.


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Submitted June 20 -- in Physics -- by SpikedMath

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Gauss has Hilbert hotels on Mayfair and Park Lane.


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Submitted June 20 -- in Mathematics -- by Matt

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Order of operations, as we use it today, comes from historians' efforts of looking through Gauss's proofs and deciding which order he performed operations in.


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Submitted May 07 -- in Mathematics -- by Stecas

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"Only two things are infinite, the human stupidity and Gauss' intellect, and I'm not sure about the human stupidity." - Albert Einstein


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Submitted September 05 -- in Miscellaneous -- by Aurora Borealis

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"Only two things are infinite, human stupidity and Gauss' intellect , and I'm not sure about human stupidity" - Albert Einstein


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Submitted September 04 -- in Miscellaneous -- by aurora borealis

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Gauss knows whether the set of all things that don't contain themselves contains itself.


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Submitted June 20 -- in Mathematics -- by Youler

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Parallel lines meet where Gauss tells them to.


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Submitted June 20 -- in Mathematics -- by Matt

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