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For Gauss, the limit always exists.
Submitted April 02 -- in Mathematics -- by Random Axis
Gauss doesn't integrate with respect to x, x differentiates with respect to gauss.
Submitted June 04 -- in Mathematics -- by Anonymous
Gauss considers infinity as the first non-trivial case in a proof by induction.
Submitted March 23 -- in Mathematics -- by Meldor
It's acceptable when Carl Gauss uses circular reasoning. (I know because he told me.)
Submitted March 23 -- in Miscellaneous -- by alanrobinski
When Gauss breaks a magnet he ends up with two monopoles
Submitted April 30 -- in Physics -- by Anonymous
The Gauss Map is actually a map to the Holy Grail.
Submitted April 09 -- in Miscellaneous -- by Mathisfun
Gauss sorts in log n time.
Submitted March 23 -- in Computer Science -- by Globulin
Gauss wrote Flatlands to explain the universe to God.
Submitted May 02 -- in Mathematics -- by missfishbowl
Gauss can completely change e^x just integrating it
Submitted March 23 -- in Mathematics -- by Ferrotoshi
Gauss can exactly determine the position and the momentum of a particle with absolute accuracy!
Submitted March 23 -- in Physics -- by Moe90