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GAUSSBy shlk
Born on April 30th in
1777 and died on
February 23rd in 1855
GAUSS FAMILY
PROFESSION
ATTRIBUTIONS TO SCIENCE
1. Any regular polygon with a number
of sides which is a Fermat prime
can be constructed by compas...
ATTRIBUTIONS TO SCIENCE
5. If a random number nearby some large
number N is selected, the chance of it
being prime is abou...
HONOURS AWARDED TO
CARL FRIEDRICH GAUSS
Fellow of the Royal Society 1804
Fellow of the Royal Society of
Edinburgh
1820
Roy...
OTHER FAMOUS PEOPLE BEFORE
AND AFTER GAUSS
GAUSS
WORDLINE
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  1. 1. GAUSSBy shlk
  2. 2. Born on April 30th in 1777 and died on February 23rd in 1855
  3. 3. GAUSS FAMILY
  4. 4. PROFESSION
  5. 5. ATTRIBUTIONS TO SCIENCE 1. Any regular polygon with a number of sides which is a Fermat prime can be constructed by compass and straightedge 2. Invented modular arithmetic 3. Proved the quadratic reciprocity law 4. Discovered that every positive integer is representable as a sum of at most three triangular numbers (with well known word : Heureka! )
  6. 6. ATTRIBUTIONS TO SCIENCE 5. If a random number nearby some large number N is selected, the chance of it being prime is about 1 / ln(N), where ln(N) denotes the natural logarithm of N 6. the construction of a regular 17-gon by ruler and compasses 7. wrote a book called Disquisitiones Arithmeticae (1801)- quadratic reciprocity 8. Theoria motus corporum coelestium in sectionibus conicis solem ambientum (theory of motion of the celestial bodies moving in conic sections around the sun). 9. non-Euclidean geometry 10. electromagnetic telegraph
  7. 7. HONOURS AWARDED TO CARL FRIEDRICH GAUSS Fellow of the Royal Society 1804 Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 1820 Royal Society Copley Medal 1838 Lunar features Crater Gauss Popular biographies list Number 11
  8. 8. OTHER FAMOUS PEOPLE BEFORE AND AFTER GAUSS
  9. 9. GAUSS WORDLINE

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