Set Theory and Logic


Confirmation of a Trivial Vector Conjecture

Authors: Colin James III

"From the distance between two points, a third point always has the same distance to the other points." We rewrite this as: "If two points imply the necessity of a third point, then the respective distances are possibly the same." This is tautologous, hence confirming the conjecture. Remark: This exercise indirectly speaks to the fact that the vector space is not bivalent.

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