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특히나 q.e.d.라고 적어놓은 부명제나 정리가 틀리는 날에는 수학계에서 커다란 망신을 당할 수도 있다. 년대 이후에 나온 수학 전공책이나 논문, 학회 등에서는 증명이 끝났다는 표시를 모두, 등 기호로 간단하게 표시하는 것을 선호한다.

Qed definition, quantum electrodynamics. See more. Visualize yourself passing this quiz on words from Jacqueline Woodson’s exquisite verse novel “Brown Girl Dreaming,” and .

QED abbr. Latin quod erat demonstrandum (which was to be demonstrated) QED abbreviation for 1. (Logic) quod erat demonstrandum 2. (Mathematics) quod erat demonstrandum 3. (Atomic Physics) quantum electrodynamics [(sense 1) Latin: which was to be shown or proved] QED quantum electrodynamics. Q.E.D. which was to be shown or demonstrated (used esp. in.

Q.E.D. is an initialism of the Latin phrase quod erat demonstrandum, originating from the Greek analogous hóper édei deîxai, meaning "which had to be demonstrated".

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QED An initialism of quod erat demonstratum (Latin for "what was to be demonstrated"), formally used at the conclusion of mathematical or philosophical proofs. In everyday speech and writing, it is used to emphasize that something proves a particular point or opinion.

An abbreviation of the Latin phrase " quod erat demonstrandum ". It literally translates as "which was to be demonstrated", and is a formal way of ending a mathematical, logical or physical proof.