mathematical proof

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Noun1.mathematical proof - proof of a mathematical theoremmathematical proof - proof of a mathematical theorem  
proof - a formal series of statements showing that if one thing is true something else necessarily follows from it
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Lattice diagrams demonstrate results and proof techniques. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
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Prerequisites include the usual core courses in calculus and linear algebra and at least one "transitional" course utilizing logic and proof techniques.
In contrast to this complexity, Gries offers us a trivial criterion as an example: judge proof techniques based on how short the proofs are produced.
Contributors explore what logic is from such perspectives as the sociology surrounding African logic, computer science aspects, scientific philosophies and methods, proof techniques, and systems and information theory.
Proofs are included for formal rigor and to introduce proof techniques to the reader.
Voloshin (mathematics, physics, and computer science; Troy U., Alabama) does not assume any previous knowledge of graph theory, and even reviews for readers the needed basic facts required from set theory, proof techniques, and algorithms.
Dijkstra's argument, however, seems to imply that we can do away with testing once the formal proof techniques are available to us.
It aims to help students move beyond knowledge of the definitions of mathematical structures, elementary logic, and standard proof techniques and learn to explore mathematical situations, make conjectures, and apply methods of proof.