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A theorem is a statement that can be proven via logic which generally stems from a collection of postulates or axioms.[1] They have been in use since Euclidean geometry as the basis of geometrical facts.[2]

Some famous theorems include:[3]


  1. The American College Dictionary. Random House. New York, 1956.
  2. "Geometry". The New Encyclopedia Britannica. 15th ed.
  3. Beauty, Rigor, Surprise