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Carl Friedrich Gauss

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Carl Friedrich Gauss: No es el conocimiento sino el acto de aprender, y no la posesión sino el acto de llegar, lo que otorga el mayor gozo.

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Carl Friedrich Gauss fue un matemático y físico alemán que hizo contribuciones significativas a muchos campos de las matemáticas y las ciencias. Nacido en 1777, Gauss tuvo una influencia excepcional e influyente en estos campos del conocimiento. En una carta que escribió a su colega Farkas Bolyai en 1808 le compartió su visión sobre lo que es la búsqueda del conocimiento, y hoy nos alimentamos con esta misma sabiduría:No es el conocimiento sino el acto de aprender, y no la posesión sino el acto de llegar, lo que otorga el mayor gozo.💡🧠Síguenos en @sonoropodcast en todas las redes sociales. 

5mins

10 Mar 2022

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Curiosidades sobre Carl Friedrich Gauss

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5mins

4 Sep 2021

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5mins

26 May 2021

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Episode 14 - Carl Friedrich Gauss

Perfect Numbers

If you're wondering who the best mathematician of all time was, then Carl Friedrich Gauss is a good candidate! Listen and discover his incredible achievements in many different fields of maths. Perfect Numbers is the maths podcast for kids! Each episode is full of incredible facts and stories that are bound to inspire your child to love maths as much as we do! Perfect Numbers is brought to you by Think Academy UK (@thinkacademyuk)

10mins

22 Feb 2021

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InfC # 01 - Influencers da Ciência: Carl Friedrich Gauss

Intervalo de Confiança

Começamos hoje um novo Spin-Off do podcast "Intervalo de Confiança". Neste programa vamos trazer o nome de Influencers que de fato trouxeram algo de positivo para a sociedade, aqueles que expandiram as fronteiras do conhecimento científico e hoje permitiram o desenvolvimento de diversas áreas.Neste episódio, Igor Alcantara começa a série com um dos maiores gênios da ciência, aquele que sabia calcular antes mesmo de falar, aquele que fazia contas complexas já aos 7 anos de idade e, com suas pesquisas e publicações revolucionou diversas áreas que vão da matemática, estatística, física, astronomia e outras. É isso então, Confiancers, Escute este programa e conheça mais sobre o Príncipe da Matemática, Carl F. Gauss.Apresentou este episódio Igor Alcantara. A edição foi feita por Leo Oliveira. A vitrine do episódio foi criada por Diego Madeira.Não esqueça de visitar nosso site em intervalodeconfianca.com.br

38mins

7 May 2020

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TP 12: Carl Friedrich Gauss Gjest: Trygve Mellvang Tomren-Berg

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I denne episoden har jeg fått besøk av Norges lengste kommunikasjonssjef siden antikken. Kommunikasjonssjefen i Norsk Fjernvarme snakker om sin relasjon til den store tyske matematikeren Carl Friedrich Gauss, fjernvarme eller urban energi og hvordan det er å jobbe med fjernvarme og kommunikasjon og selvfølgelig: Viktigheten av volum av en sylinder. Vi løser oppgave. Vi løser oppgave 19 fra del 1 Vår 18.

33mins

8 Apr 2020

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Carl Friedrich Gauss

In Our Time

In a programme first broadcast in 2017, Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Gauss (1777-1855), widely viewed as one of the greatest mathematicians of all time. He was a child prodigy, correcting his father's accounts before he was 3, dumbfounding his teachers with the speed of his mental arithmetic, and gaining a wealthy patron who supported his education. He wrote on number theory when he was 21, with his Disquisitiones Arithmeticae, which has influenced developments since. Among his achievements, he was the first to work out how to make a 17-sided polygon, he predicted the orbit of the minor planet Ceres, rediscovering it, he found a way of sending signals along a wire, using electromagnetism, the first electromagnetic telegraph, and he advanced the understanding of parallel lines on curved surfaces. With Marcus du SautoyProfessor of Mathematics and Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of OxfordColva Roney-DougalReader in Pure Mathematics at the University of St AndrewsAnd Nick EvansProfessor of Theoretical Physics at the University of SouthamptonProducer: Simon Tillotson.

49mins

30 Nov 2017

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Carl Friedrich Gauss

In Our Time: Science

In a programme first broadcast in 2017, Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Gauss (1777-1855), widely viewed as one of the greatest mathematicians of all time. He was a child prodigy, correcting his father's accounts before he was 3, dumbfounding his teachers with the speed of his mental arithmetic, and gaining a wealthy patron who supported his education. He wrote on number theory when he was 21, with his Disquisitiones Arithmeticae, which has influenced developments since. Among his achievements, he was the first to work out how to make a 17-sided polygon, he predicted the orbit of the minor planet Ceres, rediscovering it, he found a way of sending signals along a wire, using electromagnetism, the first electromagnetic telegraph, and he advanced the understanding of parallel lines on curved surfaces. With Marcus du SautoyProfessor of Mathematics and Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science at the University of OxfordColva Roney-DougalReader in Pure Mathematics at the University of St AndrewsAnd Nick EvansProfessor of Theoretical Physics at the University of SouthamptonProducer: Simon Tillotson.

49mins

30 Nov 2017