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Q: What is the term for a short statement about history that has not yet been proved?

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A theorem is a statement that has been proven by other theorems or axioms.

Yes, but only a corollary to another theorem that has been proved. A corollary follows from a theorem.

They are propositions that have been proved to be true.

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The history of kites is such a long one that nobody knows about its invention. According to some people a Greek named Archytas invented the kite in the 4th century B.C., but it has been proved that kites were flown in oriental countries long before that time.

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A theorem is a statement that has been proven by other theorems or axioms.

A proposition is a statement that is thought to be true but has not yet been proved.

No they can not. It has been scientifically proved they can not. They have such short stubby legs and they are to fat.

Theorems are important statements that are proved.

A theorem is a math term used to describe an idea that can be proved.A mathematical statement which has been proved trueIt is a statement or proposition which can be derived from a set of axioms and following a sequence of logical reasoning.

A theorem is proven. An example is The "Pythagoras Theorem" that proved that for a right angled triangle a2 + b2 = c2

Short sleeves have been in use since before recorded history

It's a mix of real history and stories told from generation to generation which means it might have been different from the beginning. Many things can be proved though and that is the history part.

Axioms and logic (and previously proved theorems).

although the history of computers is relatively short in the history of mankind, more of the history of computers has been deliberately destroyed and will never be known.

Conjecture: a statement which may or may not be true.Postulate: a statement that is believed to be true, but may not be.Theorem: a statement that has been proved to be true provided some postulates are true.Corollary: a statement whose truth follows from the truth of a theorem, but one which is not important enough to call it a theorem.

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