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6 September, 04:12

Which types of reasons are not valid in a mathematical proof?

A. unproven theorems

B. postulates

C. definitions

D. already-proven theorems

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  1. 6 September, 05:09
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    It's definitely A, gotta be.
  2. 6 September, 05:32
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    Yeah definetly A i agree
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