Theorem (IPA: /ˈθɪɹəm/)

Theorem (n.) |

That which is considered and established as a principle; hence, sometimes, a rule. |

Theorem (n.) |

A statement of a principle to be demonstrated. |

Theorem (v. t.) |

To formulate into a theorem. |

Theorem |

Mathematical statement that has been proven |

Theorem |

Scientific article |

Theorem Rhymes

Byram, Byrum, Serum, Theorem |

Spanish Translation |

Theorem in Spanish is Teorema |

Example Sentence (Quote)"A theorem is a proposition which is a strict logical consequence of certain definitions and other propositions" - Anatol Rapoport |

Example Sentence (Quote)" Bell's theorem is the most profound discovery of science." - Bell's theorem |

Example Sentence (Quote)" The gist of Bell's theorem is this: no local model of reality can explain the results of a particular experiment." - Bell's theorem |

Example Sentence (Quote)"To insure the adoration of a theorem for any length of time, faith is not enough, a police force is needed as well." - Adoration |

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