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enya.gold

  • one year ago

How can I compare coordinate geometry to a lab experiment? A proof is like a hypothesis. It can be proven or disproved. But a coordinate proof differs from a standard proof. A coordinate proof is like an independent variable. It can change, and it will effect the dependent variable (theorem).

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  1. enya.gold
    • one year ago
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    If I've confused you to no end, raise your hand.

  2. enya.gold
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    Basically, what I'm trying to say, is that I've been asked to compare coordinate geometry with an appropriate substitute. I have a basic understanding of coordinate proofs, and the only comparison I can come up with relates to hypothesis, variable, constant, etc.

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    • one year ago
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    A proof can be proven....? what?

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