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### Definition of Theorems

**1.** theorem [n] - See also: theorem

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### Literary usage of Theorems

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**1.** *Projective Geometry* by Oswald Veblen, John Wesley Young (1918)

"CHAPTER IX **theorems** ON SENSE AND SEPARATION 147. Plan of the chapter. The **theorems**
and definitions of Chapter II are for the most part special cases of more ..."**2.** *Projective Geometry* by Oswald Veblen, John Wesley Young (1918)

"CHAPTER IX **theorems** ON SENSE AND SEPARATION 147. Plan of the chapter. The **theorems**
and definitions of Chapter II are for the most part special cases of more ..."**3.** *The Integration of Functions of a Single Variable* by Godfrey Harold Hardy (1916)

"The general **theorems** which we shall prove concerning the summation of series by
... There are, in the first place, **theorems** the validity of which does not ..."**4.** *Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh..* by Robert Adam, Royal Society of Edinburgh (1790)

"ART'S GENERAL **theorems**. ... his book of General **theorems**, all of them, ...
have been introduced that arc not among Dr STEWART'S **theorems**, and which are ..."**5.** *The Encyclopædia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and* by Hugh Chisholm (1910)

"We state the **theorems** in the pencil reciprocal to the last, without proving ...
~Of **theorems** about cones of second order and cones of second class we shall ..."**6.** *Differential and Integral Calculus* by Clyde Elton Love (1916)

"**theorems** on limits. We shall have occasion to use the following **theorems** on limits,
... In **theorems** I, II, III it is of course implied that the ..."**7.** *Differential and Integral Calculus* by Clyde Elton Love (1916)

"**theorems** on limits. We shall have occasion to use the following **theorems** on ...
In **theorems** I, II, III it is of course implied that the limits of the two ..."**8.** *Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the* by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1833)

"On the Developement of Exponential Functions ; together with several new **theorems**
relating to finite Differences. By John Frederick W. Herschel, ..."