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Triviality

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According to the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman Eric Weisstein's World of Biography (1985), any theorem, no matter how difficult to prove in the first place, is viewed as “trivial” by mathematicians once it has been proven. Therefore, there are exactly two types of mathematical objects: trivial ones, and those which have not yet been proven.

From MathWorld

Written by jalvarez

2006/10/20 at 18:18

Posted in Citas

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