# Proven Mathematical Statement

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A Proven Mathematical Statement is a mathematical statement with a valid mathematical proof.

**Context:**- It can range from being a Proven Mathematical Proposition to being a Proven Mathematical Theorem.
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**Counter-Example(s):****See:**Axiom, Formal Argument, Well-Formed Formula.

## References

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- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proposition_%28mathematics%29#Terminology
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**proposition**is a generic term for a theorem of no particular importance. This term sometimes connotes a statement with a simple proof, while the term**theorem**is usually reserved for the most important results or those with long or difficult proofs. In classical geometry, a proposition may be a construction that satisfies given requirements; for example, Proposition 1 in Book I of Euclid's elements is the construction of an equilateral triangle.^{[1]}

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- ↑ Wentworth & Smith Art. 50