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Q: What is a conjuncture in math?

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A conjuncture is a statement formed by the joining two or more statements with the word and.

Hypothesis, educated guess, conjuncture (usually for math), theory (though not all theories are "guesses")

Conjuncture is basically a joining of objects words or phrases. So to make a conjuncture would be to join things together. In propositional calculus making a conjuncture would mean joining a string of statements together.Example: given the two statementsIF All A's are letters;And All letters are are in the alphabet;then the Conjuncture would beAll A's are in the alphabet.

A pancreas can be transplanted. It is usually done in conjuncture with a kidney. This is referred to as an SPK (Simultaneous Pancreas-Kidney) transplant.

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Math is related to math because math(1) is technically math(2) itself, because there is really no description how math(1) is the same as math(2). There is only one math, except for types of math, like algebra.

Math is not just math you have to study it like subtration and addition. You use it on sheets or paper work.

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