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- Valid argument - An argument is valid when it contains no logical fallacies
- Sound argument - an argument that is valid and whose premises are all true. In other words, the premises are true and the conclusion necessarily follows from them, making the conclusion true as well.
- Formal proof - A set of steps from axiom(s) and previous proof(s) which follows the rules of induction of a mathematical system.
- Logical Uncertainty
- Logical Induction
- Probability & Statistics

- Valid argument - An argument is valid when it contains no logical fallacies
- Sound argument - an argument that is valid and whose premises are all true. In other words, the premises are true and the conclusion necessarily follows from them, making the conclusion true as well.
- Formal proof - A set of steps from axiom(s) and previous proof(s) which follows the rules of induction of a mathematical system.

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Applied to Lakshmi's Magic Rope: An Intuitive Explanation of Ramanujan Primes by AllAmericanBreakfast at 1mo

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