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Carl Friedrich Gauss, The Prince Of Mathematics
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A Puzzle And A Gauss Trick
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Adding up the numbers one through one hundred will result in 5,050. 02:59

Adding 1 to 100 will result in 101, adding 2 to 99 will result in 101, adding 3 to 98 will result in 101, etc. 03:11

Adding the digits of every number from one to one million will result in 27,000,001. 05:38
Emmy Noether Is The Incredible Mathematician You've Never Heard Of
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Noether's theorem connects conservation laws and symmetries in nature. 00:33

Bicycle wheels don't fall over while rolling because they are rotationally symmetric, meaning that they conserve angular momentum. 00:58

Because she was Jewish and a woman, Emmy Noether was persecuted and denied faculty positions throughout her life. 01:44
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