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Furthermore, a mathematical theorem is presented in this paper to direct us to apply the proposed method.
The idea of the book was to follow the historical development of the proof of a single mathematical theorem, Euler's Theorem, and to "show" that it did not really succeed in establishing the theorem beyond doubt.
It turns out that he is a genius, capable of working out the most complex mathematical theorem and blessed with a photographic memory.
A work of art appears as a work of art, a mathematical theorem as a mathematical theorem, a great love as a great love, a political revolution as a political revolution.
General Conditions for Predictivity in Learning Theory" offers an advanced mathematical theorem, based on the recognition that learning is more than memory; rather it is the ability to take stored information, stabilize and generalize it, and apply it to novel situations accurately.
It's one thing to prove a mathematical theorem and quite another to demonstrate its reality in a physical situation.
Davis and Clements established a mathematical theorem involving these matrices, which enables them to propose a convenient method of identifying situations in which a failure in a certain branch or group of branches may not show up in a given set of power measurements, thereby making the fault undetectable at the control center.