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Carl Friedrich Gauss
Carl Friedrich Gauss was a German mathematician and applied physicist who is commonly referred to as the Prince of Mathematics. Carl Gauss was born on the 30th of April 1777. His mother never recorded his 
Carl Gauss Wiki
Welcome to the Carl Gauss Wiki! This Wiki is about the German mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss. Indeed. Stop indeeding me! A Guide to this Wiki Most of our articles generally fit in either the category 
Pierre de Fermat
Pierre de Fermat was a French mathematician of the 17th century. He is credited with infinitesimal calculus and the pioneering of the concept of probability. Fermat was born at the beginning of the 17th century 
Constructible Polygons
Constructible polygons are polygons that can be constructed using only straight lines and circles. The rules for constructing these polygons are that you can only use straight lines and circles, obviously, by using a ruler 
Fermat's Polygonal Number Theorem
Fermat's polygonal number theorem says that every positive number is a sum of n or less ngonal numbers. It was initially proposed by Pierre de Fermat who produced no proof for it. Gauss 
Gaussian curvature
Gaussian curvature is a part of differential geometry. It was discovered by Carl Friedrich Gauss. There are three types of Gaussian curvature. The first type is negative curvature, which would be a hyperboloid. The second 
Gaussian distribution
Distribution describes how data is distributed throughout a graph. There are some problems in relation to this which will be shown here one day. Normal distribution is a pattern in data. It is when the 
Gauss' Quadratic Reciprocity Law
Gauss was the first person to prove this law, which helps people discover if a quadratic equation is solvable or not. However, the law was first proposed by Leonhard Euler without a proof and I 
Gauss' Polynomial Lemma
Gauss' polynomial lemma is a lemma regarding polynomials. Gauss' polynomial lemma states that when you multiply two primitive polynomials together, you get a primitive polynomial. Also, in case you didn't know, a primitive polynomial 
Pierre Wantzel
Pierre Wantzel was a French mathematician born in 1814 who died in 1848 responsible for proving a lot of Greek mathematics. Amongst these works were adding onto Gauss' proof concerning constructible pplygons. Pierre Wantzel proved 
Gauss' Number Theory Lemma
Gauss' number theory lemma is one of his lemmas which concerns number theory. His number theory lemma states that if p is an odd prime, and a is coprime to p, in the least positive
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