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Brief History of Gaussian Units
1832 – K. F.
Mathematical Logic
K. F. Gauss: Department of Mathematics, University of Illinois at K.
to Electric Units. Part II
15 K. F. Gauss, “Intensitas vis magneticae terrestris ad mensuram absolutam revocata .
Mathematics of History
H. Poincare (1895). F.
Soliton surfaces and their applications (soliton geometry from
In this way, a nonlinear system (soliton system) and a linear system coexist. This is not a new idea, however. Since 1827 (K.

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Proč Nizozemci jednou přišli o Vánoce a jak se počítají Velikonoce
Ale německý matematik, astronom a fyzik KF Gauss (1777 - 1855) vymyslel jednoduchý postup, který zvládne i žák základní školy.

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Carl Friedrich Gauss - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carl Friedrich Gauss
Heliotropes are mentioned as having been invented by K. F. Gauss of Gottingen, Germany.
Human Intelligence: Karl Friedrich Gauss
Jul 25, 2007 The biographical profile of Karl Friedrich Gauss, focusing on his/her contributions to the development of intelligence theory and testing.
Gauss biography
At the age of seven, Carl Friedrich Gauss started elementary school, and his potential was noticed almost immediately.
Gauss | Define Gauss at
1880–85; named after K. F. Gauss.

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