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It seems that was his real name.

Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss

It is Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss whose name (Gauss) we apply to the CGS unit of measure of magnetic flux density. Wikipedia has a post on the Gauss (the unit of measure), and they also have a post on Carl Friedrich Gauss, too. Links are provided. To read more about Gauss on the Answers.com website, use that related link.

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Carl Benz's birth name is Carl Friedrich Benz.

actually,he had so many wifes that none of their names could be rembered

Carl Maria von Weber's birth name is Carl Maria Friedrich Ernst von Weber.

The Carl Friedrich Gauss Prize for Applications of Mathematics is a mathematics award, granted jointly by the International Mathematical Union and the German Mathematical Society for "outstanding mathematical contributions that have found significant applications outside of mathematics". The award receives its name from the German mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss. With its premiere in 2006, it is to be awarded every Fourth year, at the International Congress of Mathematicians.The previous laureate was presented with a medal and a cash purse of EUR10,000 funded by the International Congress of Mathematicians 1998 budget surplus.The official announcement of the prize took place on 30 April 2002, the 225th anniversary of the birth of Gauss. The prize was developed specifically to give recognition to mathematicians; while mathematicians have an impact on the world outside of their field, their studies are often not recognized. The prize aims to honour those who have made contributions and impacts in the fields of business, technology, or even day-to-day life.

Georg Kaiser's birth name is Friedrich Carl Georg Kaiser.

Achim von Arnim's birth name is Carl Joachim Friedrich Ludwig von Arnim.

Ole von Beust's birth name is Carl-Friedrich Arp Freiherr von Beust.

"In describing the honorable mission I charged him with, M. Pernety informed me that he made my name known to you. This leads me to confess that I am not as completely unknown to you as you might believe, but that fearing the ridicule attached to a female scientist, I have previously taken the name of M. LeBlanc in communicating to you those notes that, no doubt, do not deserve the indulgence with which you have responded." letter to Carl friedrich Gauss in 1807

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