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His breakthrough occurred in 1796 when he showed that a regular polygon can be constructed by compass and straightedge if the number of its sides is the product of distinct Fermat primes and a power of 2.This was a major discovery in an important field of mathematics; construction problems had occupied mathematicians since the days of the Ancient Greeks, and the discovery ultimately led Gauss to choose mathematics instead of philology as a career.Gauss was so pleased with this result that he requested that a regular heptadecagon be inscribed on his tombstone.
He completed his magnum opus, Disquisitiones Arithmeticae, in 1798, at the age of 21—though it was not published until 1801.
Apart from his correspondence, there are not many known details about Gauss's personal creed.
Many biographers of Gauss disagree about his religious stance, with Bühler and others considering him a deist with very unorthodox views, while Dunnington (though admitting that Gauss did not believe literally in all Christian dogmas and that it is unknown what he believed on most doctrinal and confessional questions) points out that he was, at least, a nominal Lutheran.
Gauss wanted Eugene to become a lawyer, but Eugene wanted to study languages.
They had an argument over a party Eugene held, which Gauss refused to pay for.