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A valid claim in math is that you prove whenether the question or answer is resonable. in other words, you have to tell if it is biased or not biased. Biased is invalid claim.

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Check to see that it is supported by historical evidence.

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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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They are usually not valid.

they have.

No. Promises made verbally are not claimable. Nothing that is not on paper, is a valid claim.

evaluate the evidence used to support it

No. Promises made verbally are not claimable. Nothing that is not on paper, is a valid claim.

Check to see that it is supported by historical evidence.

Evidence valid means that the cps investigator believes that the charge or report he/she is investigating is true or there is enough proof to substantiate the claim.

An insurance policy should still remain valid for the remaining term following a claim providing that the claim is such that it does not require the insurer to cancel the policy. You should check with your insurer.

No, there is not. If any number x, laid claim to being the largest then x+1 would be a larger number and x's claim would not be valid.

Of course they can. Think of it like this, if scientist claim that we evolved from these creatures why do we know math and they don't. Huh? Lol spread the love gg

I had a stroke which left me with "lacunae amnesia" that happened after claim number was issued but was never followed up due to loss of memory for specific events. Is claim still valid for collection when it is beyond the time allowed? There was police investigation at that time.