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Carl Friedrich Gauss. Carl thought his teacher a lesson!. When Carl Gauss Lived And Die. Gauss was born in 1777. He died in 1855. Where He Lived. Gauss lived in Germany. Interesting Facts & Events.

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carl friedrich gauss

Carl Friedrich Gauss

Carl thought his teacher a lesson!

when carl gauss lived and die
When Carl Gauss Lived And Die
  • Gauss was born in 1777.
  • He died in 1855.
where he lived
Where He Lived
  • Gauss lived in Germany.
interesting facts events
Interesting Facts & Events
  • Carl Gauss taught his teacher a lesson by solving a problem his teacher could barley solve. 1+100=101,2+99=101,3+98=101 101*50= ?
  • He was given a metal form the king of Hanover for being “The Prince of Mathematics.”
  • Gauss was ranked as one of the greatest mathematicians of All time!!
important discovers in math
Important Discovers in Math
  • Carl Gauss submitted the first rigorous proof of “The Fundamental Theorem Of Algebra.”
  • He also made a contribution to number theory.
  • Gauss discovered that a regular polygon with 17 sides could be drawn with only a strait edge and compass.
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