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# An Analysis of Gauss, Carl Friedrich as the German Scientist and Mathematicians

Gauss Carl Friedrich 1777-1855 The German scientist and mathematician Gauss is frequently he was called the founder of modern mathematics His work is astronomy and physics is nearly as significant as that in mathematics Gauss was born on April 30 1777 in Brunswick now it is Western Germany Many biographists think that he got his good health from his father Gauss said about himself that he could count before he can talk When Gauss was 7 years old he went to school In the third grade students came when they were 10-15 years old so teacher should work with students of different ages Because of it he gave to half of students long problems to count so he in that time could teach other half One day he gave half of students Gauss was in this half to add all natural numbers from 1 to 100 10 year old Gauss put his paper with answer on the teachers desk first and he was the only who has got the right answer From that day Gauss was popular in the whole school On October 15 1795 Gauss was admitted to Georgia Augusta as matheseos cult that is to say as a mathematics student But it is often pointed out that at first Gauss was undecided whether he should become a mathematician or a philologist The reason for this indecision was probably that humanists at that time had a better economic future than scientists Gauss first became completely certain of his choice of studies when he discovered the construction of the regular 17-sided polygon with ruler and compass that is to say after his first year at the university There are several reasons to support the assertion that Gauss hesitated in his choice of a career But his matriculation as a student of mathematics does not point

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