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US
/ˈɡaʊs/
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[ UK /ɡˈaʊs/ ]
[ UK /ɡˈaʊs/ ]
NOUN
- German mathematician who developed the theory of numbers and who applied mathematics to electricity and magnetism and astronomy and geodesy (1777-1855)
How To Use Gauss In A Sentence
- She had toyed with the notion of going to one of the jock hackers she knew for some kind of portable induction coil simply to degauss the stolen computer's circuits; but from what she had read of its specs, she knew its shielding was up to anything a battery was likely to generate, and there was no guarantee she'd be able to tap into the computer's magical electrical source herself. The Silicon Mage
- Specifically the realm of 'foamed' metals forged in zero gee at high Gauss… NASA Administrator Orders Study of Heavy Lift Alternatives | Universe Today
- Gauss in 1801 was to take Euler's work much further and gives a considerable amount of work on modular arithmetic which amounts to a fair amount of theory of abelian groups.
- Normal water has a pH level of around 7, while magnetized water can reach 9.2 pH after exposure to a 7000 gauss strength magnet.
- The value assigned for each cell is the value of Gaussian curvature at the cell centroid.
- The disappointment of being ignored by both Gauss and Cauchy hit Abel hard.
- Worst thing is, the habitat module took a direct hit from a gauss grenade. New Race
- It turns out that they were moral defectives, willing to bear false witness to a world audience, and it looks like Francisco is yet another ID advocate with a degaussed moral compass. zcowboy The New Antievolution Strategy: Just Make Bizarre Stuff Up - The Panda's Thumb
- (Later, Dedekind did important editorial work for Gauss, Dirichlet, and Riemann.) Dedekind's Contributions to the Foundations of Mathematics
- The method was applied to find the orbit of Swift's comet of 1880 and involved less computation than Gauss's method.