Where Monty Python meets your 10th grade teacher.
Search Thousands of Shmoop Videos
Compliment vs Complement 528 Views
Want even more deets on Compliment vs. Complement? Click here to review. Or take a look at our entire grammar section for all the goods.
CAHSEE Math: Algebra and Functions Drill 5, Problem 3
If you already know what a conditional statement is, then you're smarter than you look! And boy do you look smart.
Sounds logical to us!
Indirect proofs (or proofs by contradiction) prove their conclusion by showing that the opposite cannot be true. You can use this in math and in ar...
Formal proofs present the oh-so-mathematical evidence in two columns: one for the statement they are claiming is true, and the other for the reason...