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  • 35252Q6722Carl Friedrich GaussCarl FriedrichGaussGauss,_Carl FriedrichCarl_Friedrich_Gauss.jpg17771855Carl Friedrich Gauss was a German mathematician and
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  • 1888  (1888)  Sketch of Carl Friedrich Gauss   1047633Popular Science Monthly Volume 33 September 1888 — Sketch of Carl Friedrich Gauss  1888
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  • Carl Friedrich Gauss Letter - 1844-02-15 by Carl Friedrich Gauss 35278Carl Friedrich Gauss Letter - 1844-02-15Carl Friedrich Gauss My dear Son:
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  • Carl Friedrich Gauss Letter - 1846-08-09 by Carl Friedrich Gauss 35286Carl Friedrich Gauss Letter - 1846-08-09Carl Friedrich Gauss Translation
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  • where he was a newspaper editor. He was also the grandson of Carl Friedrich Gauss. Robert Gauss to Felix Klein - September 3, 1912 Works by this author
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  • scientifique. Paris, 1885. Tucker, R. "Carl Friedrich Gauss," Nature, April, 1877. Dirichlet, Lejeune. Gedächnissrede auf Carl Gustav Jacob Jacobi. 1852. Enneper
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  • The Turning Motions of Plants 674 A Fossil Continent 682 Sketch of Carl Friedrich Gauss 694 Correspondence 699 Editor's Table 701 Literary Notices 705 Popular
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  • the Magnetic Association in the year 1836. Göttingen: Edited by Carl Friedrich Gauss, and Wilhelm Weber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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  • Göttingen in 1811, he began by devoting himself to astronomy under Carl Friedrich Gauss; but he enlisted in the Hanseatic Legion for the campaign of 1813-14
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  • Göttingen, Germany. My dear Dr. Klein: I am a grandson of Carl Friedrich Gauss. My father was Eugene Gauss who was the eldest son of the mathematician by his
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  • Juliana18071879Translator of scientific texts. Wife of Edward Sabine. Carl Friedrich Gauss General Theory of Terrestrial Magnetism (1841) Alexander von Humboldt
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  • —On a Method of Facilitating the Observations of Deflection. By Carl Friedrich Gauss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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  •  (1912)  Notes on Gauss and his American Descendants By Florian Cajori 1579560Popular Science Monthly Volume 81 August 1912 — Notes on Gauss and his American
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  • Britannica, Volume 11 Gauss, Karl Friedrich 14983671911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 11 — Gauss, Karl Friedrich GAUSS, KARL FRIEDRICH (1777–1855), German
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  • ←Sketch of Carl Friedrich Gauss
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  • 34 January 1889  (1889)  Gauss and the Electric Telegraph   1049751Popular Science Monthly Volume 34 January 1889 — Gauss and the Electric Telegraph
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  • declination instrument. He reconstructed the whole of magnetic science. Carl Friedrich Gauss[47] (1777–1855), the son of a bricklayer, was born at Brunswick.
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  • spending a short time at Gottingen, where he made the acquaintance of Carl Friedrich Gauss, and worked at magnetism under Wilhelm Eduard Weber, he went to Berlin
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  • "determinants," a name first applied to certain forms of them by Carl Friedrich Gauss. The germ of the theory of determinants is to be found in the writings
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  • parliament. The diploma of the great physiologist E. H. "Weber, signed by Carl Friedrich Gauss, probably the greatest mathe- matician of all time, will interest
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