Norton's theorem is the current equivalent of Thevenin's theorem.
You cannot solve a theorem: you can prove the theorem or you can solve a question based on the remainder theorem.
That is a theorem.A theorem.
There are 19 various aspects of Pythagoras theorem. Pythagorean Theorem (1) Pythagoras Theorem(2) Pythagorean Theorem (3) Pythagorean Theorem (4) Pythagoras Theorem(5) Pythagorean Theorem(6) Pythagrean Theorem(7) Pythagoras Theorem(8) Pythagorean Theorem (9) Hyppocrates' lunar Minimum Distance Shortest Distance Quadrangular Pyramid (1) Quadrangular Pyramid (2) Origami Two Poles Pythagoras Tree(1) Pythagoras Tree(2) Theorem by Pappus
It is Pythagoras' theorem
A quantum theorem does not exist.
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No, a corollary follows from a theorem that has been proven. Of course, a theorem can be proven using a corollary to a previous theorem.
Pick's Theorem is a theorem that is used to find the area of polygons that have vertices that are points on a lattice. George Pick created Pick's Theorem.