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Gauss never has an underfull hbox (badness 10000) warning.


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Submitted March 23 -- in Mathematics -- by SpikedMath

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When Gauss integrates he doesn't need to add a constant.


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Submitted March 23 -- in Mathematics -- by Matt

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A mathematician is a device for turning coffee into theorems. Only Gauss can create theorems out of nowhere!


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Submitted April 01 -- in Mathematics -- by Mahsarp

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Gauss can prove two theorems with one proof.


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Submitted April 13 -- in Mathematics -- by Thor

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Gauss disproved Godel's Incompleteness Theorem by exhaustion.


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Submitted May 06 -- in Mathematics -- by j3r3my

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Once, Gauss was stumped by a theorem that he couldn't prove. This was enough evidence for Godel.


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Submitted May 12 -- in Mathematics -- by hecke

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Ink from Gauss's pen can cure cancer. Too bad he does all his calculations in his head and never uses a pen.


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Submitted April 24 -- in Miscellaneous -- by scuderia

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All theorems were once called "The Gauss Theorem", however Gauss allowed others to take credit so it wouldn't confuse everyone else.


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Submitted April 04 -- in Mathematics -- by Thor

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Whenever Gauss played tennis, he made sure first to comb all the fur on the ball smoothly.


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Submitted September 01 -- in Mathematics -- by christianp

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God created the integers. The rest is the work of Gauss.


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Submitted October 28 -- in Mathematics -- by Ravi

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