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{{Infobox scientist
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|name = Carl Friedrich Gauss
|image = Carl Friedrich Gauss.jpg
|caption = Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777–1855), painted by [[Christian Albrecht Jensen]]
|birth_date = {{birth date|1777|4|30|df=y}}
|birth_place = [[Braunschweig]], [[Electorate of Brunswick-Lüneburg]], [[Holy Roman Empire]]
|death_date = {{death date and age|1855|2|23|1777|4|30|df=y}}
|death_place = [[Göttingen]], [[Kingdom of Hanover]]
|residence = [[Kingdom of Hanover]]
|citizenship =
|nationality = [[Germany|German]]
|ethnicity =
|fields = [[Mathematics|Mathematician]] and [[Physics|physicist]]
|workplaces = [[University of Göttingen]]
|alma_mater = [[University of Helmstedt]]
|doctoral_advisor = [[Johann Friedrich Pfaff]]
|academic_advisors = [[Johann Christian Martin Bartels]]
|doctoral_students = [[Friedrich Bessel]]<br />[[Christoph Gudermann]]<br />[[Christian Ludwig Gerling]]<br />[[Richard Dedekind]]<br />[[Johann Franz Encke|Johann Encke]]<br />[[Johann Benedict Listing|Johann Listing]]<br />[[Bernhard Riemann]]<br />[[Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters|Christian Peters]]<br />[[Moritz Cantor]]
|notable_students = [[August Ferdinand Möbius]]<br />[[Julius Weisbach]]<br />[[L. C. Schnürlein]]
|known_for = [[List of topics named after Carl Friedrich Gauss|See full list]]
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|influences =
|influenced = [[Sophie Germain]]
|awards = [[Copley Medal]] (1838)
|signature = Carl Friedrich Gauß signature.svg
|footnotes =
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'''Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss''' ({{pron-en|ˈɡaʊs}}; {{lang-de|Gauß}} {{audio|De-carlfriedrichgauss.ogg|listen}}, {{lang-la|Carolus Fridericus Gauss}}) (30 April 1777{{ndash}} 23 February 1855) je ara [[Germany]] [[mathematician|onimo-mathematiki]] ati [[onimosayensi]] ti o ko ipa to se koko ninu opo omo ijinle, bi [[number theory|iro nomba]], [[statistics|statistiki]], [[mathematical analysis|ituyewo mathematiki]], [[Differential geometry and topology|Jeometria oniyato]], [[geodesy]], [[geophysics|geophysics]], [[electrostatics]], [[astronomy|itorawo]] ati [[optics|iriran]]. Won pe ni ''Princeps mathematicorum''<ref>{{cite book
|last=Zeidler
|first=Eberhard
|title=Oxford User's Guide to Mathematics
|location=Oxford, UK
|publisher=Oxford University Press
|year=2004
|isbn=0198507631
|page=1188
}}</ref> ([[Latin]]i, fun "Arole awon Onimo-mathematiki" or "asiwaju awon onimo-mathematiki") ati "onimo-mathematiki olokikijulo lati atijo", Gauss ko ipa gidigidi ninu opo papa imo mathematiki ati sayensi.<ref name="scientificmonthly">Dunnington, G. Waldo. (May, 1927). "[http://www.mathsong.com/cfgauss/Dunnington/1927/ The Sesquicentennial of the Birth of Gauss]". ''Scientific Monthly'' XXIV: 402–414. Retrieved on 29 June 2005. Comprehensive biographical article.</ref> He referred to mathematics as "the queen of sciences."<ref>Smith, S. A., et al. 2001. ''Algebra 1: California Edition.'' Prentice Hall, New Jersey. ISBN 0130442631</ref>
 
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