Carl Friedrich Gauss
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Friedrich Gauss was born in 1777 in Brinswich, Duchy of Brunswick. His potential was discovered when he noticed immediately when his teacher saw him sum the integers 1 to 100 by spotting that the sum was 50 pairs of numbers, each pair summing to 101.
Friedrich Gauss began elementary at the of seven. He entered Brunswick Collegium Carolinum in 1792. He then left brunswick to study at Gottingen in 1795, but left in 1798 without a diploma.
A pure math book based on algebra.
Friedrich Gauss used a reflecting telescope to find Ceres.
Carl Friedrich Gauss also re-discovered astroid Ceres, which was originally discovered by Giuseppe Piazzi