Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss (30 April 1777 – 23 February 1855) was a German
mathematician ..... Mathematical historian Eric Temple Bell said that had Gauss
published all of his discoveries in ...
He has had a remarkable influence in many fields of mathematics and science
and is ranked as one of history's most influential mathematicians. Gauss was a ...
Biography of Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855) ... advance in this field since the
time of Greek mathematics and was published as Section VII of Gauss's famous ...
The law of quadratic recipocity, Gauss' "Golden Theorem"; The heptadecagon (
17-sided polygon), Gauss' first mathematical triumph; Finding the orbit of the ...
Find out how Carl Gauss responded when he was asked to do just that. ... to
almost every area of mathematics, as well as physics, astronomy and statistics.
Despite his evident ability, Gauss did not decide to devote himself mathematics
until age 18, as a result of his discovery of the "constructability of the 17-gon" ...
German mathematician who is sometimes called the "prince of mathematics." He
was a prodigious child, at the age of three informing his father of an arithmetical ...
This biography of Carl F. Gauss provides detailed information about his
childhood, ... He made notable contributions to almost all fields in mathematics,
but his ...
Gauss was made the director of the Göttingen Observatory in 1807, as well a
professor of mathematics at the same place. During his tenure, he spent much of
Mathematics is known as the "queen of sciences," and Gauss is widely regarded
as the most influential mathematician of the past 1000 years. Some even call ...