(at the conclusion of a proof, esp of a theorem in Euclidean geometry) which was to be proved Abbreviation: QED. A phrase used to signal that a proof has just been completed. From Latin, meaning “that which was to be demonstrated.”.
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26 Nov 2014
Pronunciation guide: Learn how to pronounce quod erat demonstrandum in Latin with native pronunciation. quod erat demonstrandum translation and audio
24 Jan 2016QED (abbreviation) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary. From the Latin expression quod erat demonstrandum meaning ‘which was to
Definition of qed abbreviation in Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary. is what I wanted to prove and I have proved it (from Latin ‘quod erat demonstrandum’).
2.1 Etymology; 2.2 Pronunciation; 2.3 Phrase Borrowed from Latin quod erat demonstrandum (“that which was to be proved”), calqued from Ancient Greek
8 Jan 2013
Q.E.D. is an initialism of the Latin phrase “quod erat demonstrandum” meaning “what was to be . Look up quod erat demonstrandum in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
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