equations and identities

Mathematical argument is a series of equations and identities that flow in a logical order

Means that a

A maths argument is a series of equations that logically follow-on from each other. They

are used to find or prove points. We use the following when doing this:

A =) B (A implies B).

A (= B (A is implied by B).

A () B (A is the same as B).

sed to find or prove points. We use the following when doing this:

A

=

⇒

B

(A

implies

B).

A

⇐

=

B

(A is

implied by

B).

A

⇐⇒

B

(A is the

same as

B)

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