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ⓘ Lemma may refer to: Lemma logic, which is simultaneously a premise for a contention above it and a contention for premises below it Lemma botany, one of the spe ..




                                     

ⓘ Lemma

Lemma may refer to:

  • Lemma logic, which is simultaneously a premise for a contention above it and a contention for premises below it
  • Lemma botany, one of the specialised bracts enclosing a floret in a grass inflorescence
  • Lemma linguistics, the canonical form of a word. They are the head words in a dictionary.
  • Lemma mathematics, a proven statement that is used to prove another statement
  • "Shadowing lemma", a fictional animal in Terry Pratchetts Discworld series, which exists in only 2 dimensions and eats mathematicians
                                     
  • known as lemmas such as Bezout s lemma Dehn s lemma Euclid s lemma Farkas lemma Fatou s lemma Gauss s lemma Greendlinger s lemma Itō s lemma Jordan s
  • A lemma is a word that stands at the head of a definition in a dictionary. All the head words in a dictionary are lemmas Technically, it is a base word
  • Euclid s lemma also called Euclid s division lemma or Euclid s first theorem, is an important lemma It was made by the mathematician Euclid. He basically
  • theorem Diagonal lemma also called the fixed - point lemma for making logical sentences that describe themselves. Fixed - point lemma for normal functions
  • the lemma or citation form It is the form of a lexeme which is chosen to represent the lexeme, for example, RUN instead of the other forms. Lemmas are
  • combining known facts. No assumptions are made when doing a direct proof. Lemmas and theorems are used to prove direct proofs. A statement that can be proved
  • following lemma if a prime number p divides a product ab, then it divides a or it divides b Euclid s lemma First we now prove this lemma Well, assume
  • and have the same area lemma 3 Red and yellow triangles areas are equal because they have the same heights and bases lemma 1 Blue triangle s area
  • and Markov processes. The Dynkin diagram, the Dynkin system, and Dynkin s lemma are named for him. Before his death, Dynkin was a mathematician at Cornell
  • by Oxford University Press. By words is meant dictionary head words or lemmas It is based on an analysis of a body of over a billion words. It represents
  • minor theorem that one must prove to prove a major theorem is called a lemma Theorems are made of two parts: hypotheses and conclusions. Theorems use