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The difference between a formal and informal proofL When you give reasons that something is true, but don’t necessarily lay it out step-by-step, this is an informal proof. A formal proof, on the other hand, shows step-by-step statements with reasons given for each step. True or False? I think it is true.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Will give medal this time.

  2. Miracrown
    • one year ago
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    I personally think that the statement is true as well. You always need statements and justifications to create a formal proof anything less would be informal.

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