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Which sentence is correct?
Other definitions for QED (2 of 2)
which was to be shown or demonstrated (used especially in mathematical proofs).
Origin of Q.E.D.
First recorded in 1810–20, Q.E.D. is from Latin quod erat dēmōnstrandum
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How to use QED in a sentence
“QED” was not intelligible to him, but it sounded very well indeed, he thought.For Fortune and Glory|Lewis Hough
British Dictionary definitions for QED
quod erat demonstrandum
Word Origin for QED
(sense 1) Latin: which was to be shown or proved
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