Similar words: theoretical, theoretician, theory, theorist, cell theory, more or less, foremost, aforementioned. Meaning: ['θɪərəm] n. 1. a proposition deducible from basic postulates 2. an idea accepted as a demonstrable truth.

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1. His

*theorem*can be translated into simple terms.2. I agree with the

*theorem*that the best defence is offence.3. I could prove

*theorem*after theorem in linear algebra.4. They thus satisfy the conditions of Tipler's

*theorem*.5. This

*theorem*was first established by Sylvester.6. The no-hair

*theorem*implies that a large amount of information is lost in a gravitational collapse.7. Thus the following

*theorem*is a easy corollary to Lemma 3.8. Consequently we can use the quotient

*theorem*to prove that is a tensor.9. The

*theorem*states that the posterior probability is proportional to the prior probability multiplied by the likelihood.10. To help prove this

*theorem*we shall need to call upon the following result, which is known as the Division Algorithm.11. For instance, the Coase

*theorem*admits that the market will fail if transaction costs are prohibitively high.12. Again, though, the Fundamental

*Theorem*was doing its subversive work behind the scenes.13. Nor is it like a mathematical

*theorem*: it can not be deduced from a set of axioms.14. This is an interesting

*theorem*which seems to prove the existence of singularities for a large class of colliding plane waves.15. The non-substitution

*theorem*then applies, and prices are again determined independently of demand conditions.16. The

*theorem*is applicable to polygons whose constituent triangles share the above properties.17. Examples of the use of this

*theorem*are given in 2.2.3.18. Although Mr Quine has no important

*theorem*to his name he wrote on mathematical logic with ingenuity and wit.19. You might even stumble upon a

*theorem*or two in your researches.20. In 1965 I read about Penrose's

*theorem*that any body undergoing gravitational collapse must eventually form a singularity.20. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find nice sentences for a large number of words.

21. The major difference between

*theorem*proving and other forms of monotonic search is just the choice of basic operators.22. In his presentation of the

*theorem*, Kelvin omitted many details.23. It forms the backbone of an important result in algebra, known as the Cycle Decomposition

*Theorem*for Modules.24. That is, S is empty, and this proves the

*theorem*.25. They contain impulsive wave components, and therefore do not satisfy the conditions of Tipler's

*theorem*.26. We shall therefore refer to it as the Fundamental

*Theorem*of Vector Programming.27. He pretended to show how an uneducated slave boy could be led to prove Pythagoras'

*theorem*for doubling the square.28. One specific case will serve to illustrate the proof of this

*theorem*.29. Both the real and imaginary coefficients A and A' in the partial fraction expansion are given by the Heavyside expansion

*theorem*.30. He had found over 100 original ways of proving different things, writes Fred, and twenty-eight proofs of the Pythagorean

*theorem*.More similar words: theoretical, theoretician, theory, theorist, cell theory, more or less, foremost, aforementioned, first and foremost, meteoric, theology, executive order, luncheon, theocracy, the other day, theosophy, in the open, truncheon, apotheosis, in the offing, on the other hand, theological, archeological, remedy, remake, tremor, remiss, remark, remove, remind.