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proof - I don't understand it, please help!
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proof - I don't understand it, please help!
huh?
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proof - I don't understand it, please help!
What do you need help with proving?
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just the entire topic
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Understanding what topics are covered or what? I am confused.
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You want us to explain all of the proof contained in 12 A level maths modules? You're having a laugh.

Don't you have text books?
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proof - I don't understand it, please help!
it is basically when u show beyound all possible doubt that a statement is true or false
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