theorem
[ thee-er-uhm ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
16th Century; Late Latin from Late Latin theōrēma, Greek theṓrēma
Synonyms
  • axiom
  • doctrine
  • formula
Antonyms
  • disbelief
Definition
a mathematical or scientific rule or law expressed by a formula or equation
Example
A) The Pythagorean Theorem is useful in two-dimensional calculations in a right triangle. B) Theorems are proven to be true in all cases.
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