How Did Carrl Gauss Contribute To Algebra

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Carl Friedrich Gauss, a German mathematician, is viewed as one of the world’s greatest mathematicians. He was born on April 30, 1777 in Brunswick, Germany as the only child to his poor parents. Gauss was a prodigy in mathematics and calculating. The Duke of Brunswick, impressed by his gift, gave him help financially to allow him to continue his education and study at the University of Göttingen. Throughout his lifetime, Gauss made additions to number theory, probability theory, geometry, the theory of functions, potential theory, planetary astronomy, and geodesy. Carl Friedrich Gauss died on February 23, 1855 in Göttingen, Hanover (a former state of Germany). Gauss made contributions to the fundamental theorem of algebra which is of great importance
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