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Gauss is its own power set.


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Submitted October 17 -- in Mathematics -- by T_Baumgarten

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Riemann once said "If only I had the theorems! Then I should find the proofs easily enough." Sure, if by finding he meant asking Gauss.


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Submitted June 16 -- in Mathematics -- by scuderia

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Gauss's law actually states that everything in an enclosed surface has already been proven by Gauss.


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Submitted October 17 -- in Physics -- by asdf

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To iron a shirt, Gauss first applies a diffeomorphism to transform it to a flat piece of fabric.


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Submitted October 17 -- in Miscellaneous -- by roche

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Gauss can solve Hume's problem of induction.


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Submitted June 22 -- in Miscellaneous -- by scuderia

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Gauss can solve a Rubik's cube in 3 moves.


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Submitted April 04 -- in Miscellaneous -- by Thor

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Gauss can divide by zero.


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Submitted October 17 -- in Mathematics -- by ertis

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Gauss knows whether the glass is half-full or half-empty.


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Submitted March 03 -- in Miscellaneous -- by alanrobinski

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Gauss' erections are so powerful that the shape of his pants when this occurs has been imprinted onto the universe at a fundamental level. This is why the normal curve exists.


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Submitted May 11 -- in Statistics -- by BiggerJ

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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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