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(1) There is a *theorem* proved by Kurt Godel in 1931, which is the Incompleteness Theorem for mathematics.(2) There is a famous *theorem* in the field of mathematics known as graph theory.(3) This *theorem* was also proved by Felix Bernstein and independently by E SchrÔö£├éder.(4) In 1964 John Bell, an Irish theoretical physicist, published a *theorem* that seemed to prove the argument for non-locality.(5) In order to prove the *theorem* , Wiles had to draw on and extend several ideas at the core of modern mathematics.(6) Nash and I proved the same *theorem* , or, rather, two *theorem*s very close to each other.(7) He proved a major *theorem* concerning the measure-preserving property of Hamiltonian dynamics.(8) In 1976, Kenneth Appel and Wolfgang Haken finally managed to prove the *theorem* for a second time.(9) We learn how the dynamics of addition and subtraction are linked to multiplication and division, and eventually to *theorem*s of algebra.(10) Moore suggested that they be given some *theorem*s to prove.(11) In every one of these works Moore clearly stated undefined terms and axioms, then methodically proved *theorem*s based on them.(12) Rather than being remembered as the first woman this or that, I would prefer to be remembered, as a mathematician should, simply for the *theorem*s I have proved and the problems I have solved.(13) I also read about a new play that explored mathematical *theorem*s .(14) Ideally the definitions would generate all the concepts from clear and distinct ideas, and the proofs would generate all the *theorem*s from self-evident truths.(15) But why would you pass up free education that could take you places somewhere someday, even though we will never use the algebra *theorem*s ever?(16) He introduced students to the main ideas of the subject by means of illuminating examples and by giving proofs of important special cases of more general *theorem*s .

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