Carl Friedrich Gauss Discovered Measurement Error On a Walk to School

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People often think that the most amazing mathematical facts stem from them being inherently complex.

The greatest mathematician of all-time would disagree.

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Anthony Andranik Moumjian

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UC Berkeley, mathematics. Los Angeles. Long-time runner. Top writer on Quora, 100M+ total content views. New to Medium. Inquiries: Moumj@berkeley.edu

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