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  1. Q.E.D., short story by Gertrude Stein, one of her earliest works, written in and published posthumously in in Things as They Are, a novel in three parts. Q.E.D. is autobiographical, based on an ill-fated relationship between Adele (Stein), an exuberant young woman, and Helen, who seduces.
  2. Q.E.D. presents some of the most famous mathematical proofs in a charming book that will appeal to nonmathematicians and math experts alike. Grasp in an instant why Pythagoras's theorem must be correct. Follow the ancient Chinese proof of the volume formula for the frustrating frustum, and Archimedes' method for finding the volume of a lentiningmictagendliconuttiazuri.infoinfos:
  3. An adventure series set in pre-World War One England (also known as "Mastermind"). It featured the exploits of Professor Quentin E. Deverill (Sam Waterston - "Law and Order), an American inventor /10(18).
  4. Mar 23,  · Created by John Hawkesworth. With Sam Waterston, A.C. Weary, George Innes, Caroline Langrishe. In , Quentin E. Deverill, an eccentric expatriate American professor, uses his unique skills to solve mysteries in London/10().
  5. 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. It's purpose is to alert the reader that the immediately previous statement, which naturally was arrived at by an unbroken chain of logic, was the original statement that we were trying to prove.
  6. May 20,  · Provided to YouTube by recordJet Q.E.D. · C-Raze Ikarus ℗ SoundBad Released on: Producer: Mo-D Lyricist: C-Raze Composer: Mo-D Auto-generated by YouTube.
  7. Apr 06,  · With Anthony Clare, Maggie Philbin, Eleanor Bron, Steve Davis. A BBC 1 award-winning science documentary/10(15).
  8. Reimagining the learning and teaching of mathematics. I sat with my 10 year-old daughter tonight for 15 minutes doing math — like I do most nights.
  9. Q.E.D. is an acronym or initialism of the Latin phrase quod erat demonstrandum, which means "what was to be demonstrated," In other words, Q.E.D. means "something was to be proven, and now it .