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Michael Ale posted a review
Gauss could have advanced mathematics and science by 100 years or more had he Review on Carl Friedrich Gausshis results as he discovered them. It took more than a century to understand his notes after his death.
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mela jane posted a review
This chapter from the DVD Reason For Math: Volume 1 depicts how, as a young student, Carl Frederich Gauss was able to find an instant solution to what was intended to be long, boring classwork. By examining how he was able to see the task from a novel perspective, we can begin to appreciate how true mathematical thinking isn't wrote number crunching, but the ability to creatively manipulate patterns in quantities.
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master hadjie posted a review
In every field he focused, he made independent discoveries. For instance, he was the only one to make progress in Geometry since the Greeks.
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Roni Lagnada posted a review
Greatest mathematician of all time. He had to spend a lot of his valuable time into land measuring and astronomy boring repetitive jobs with lots of numerical data analysis, but in his free time he saw so much further than all other mathematician, that his notes were a valuable source of mathematical discoveries for centuries. At his 18th birthday, he thought up a geomertical construction for dividing a circle in 17 equal parts unsolved at the time. Oh and he invented the telegraph basis of all modern communication, but just on the side.
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Michael Gerandoy posted a review
Greatest mathematician of all time. He had to spend a lot of his valuable time into land measuring and astronomy (boring repetitive jobs with lots of numerical data analysis), but in his free time he saw so much further than all other mathematician, that his notes were a valuable source of mathematical discoveries for centuries. At his 18th birthday, he thought up a geomertical construction for dividing a circle in 17 equal parts (unsolved at the time). Oh and he invented the telegraph (basis of all modern communication), but just on the side.
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