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### When was Stephen Schanuel born?

Stephen Schanuel was born on 1933-07-14. Full Answer

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Stephen Schanuel was born on 1933-07-14. Full Answer

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Will conjecture. Full Answer

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A conjecture should be testable. You test it and if it fails the test, it is a false conjecture. Full Answer

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No, it is a number. A conjecture is a theory. Full Answer

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Conjecture is a noun. Full Answer

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The PoincarĂ© Conjecture. Full Answer

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One possible conjecture is that their sum is 27. The conjecture is patently false, but that does not stop it being a conjecture. Full Answer

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My conjecture is that the sum is 67. A conjecture does not have to be true, or even plausible. You should be able to test it. If it is found to be true then in is no longer a conjecture… Full Answer

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One possible conjecture is that each square number up to 1000 has 4 factors. The conjecture is manifestly false, but it is still a conjecture. Full Answer

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A conjecture is a guess, theory, hypothesis, or proposition. Full Answer

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Example sentence for the noun 'conjecture': The editorial about the new park was more conjecture than fact. Example sentence for the verb 'conjecture': Some people like to conjecture about possible life forms on other planets. Full Answer

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A conjecture is an opinion based on incomplete information, or a guess. It need not be true - or even sensible. So my conjecture is that the sum of two fractions is greater than three quarters. That is a nonsensical… Full Answer

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A phrase is a group of words based on a noun, a verb, or an adjective, but is not a complete sentence. The word 'conjecture' is both a noun and a verb. Example noun phrases: an unfounded conjecture a conjecture… Full Answer

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Alain Valette has written: 'Introduction to the Baum-Connes conjecture' -- subject(s): Baum-Connes conjecture, KK-theory, Noncommutative differential geometry Full Answer

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A conjecture is a proposition that is unproven but appears correct and has not been disproven. Full Answer

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Any proposition, which is based on partial information, is a conjecture. It can be sensible or nonsense. The statement "the ancient Egyptians were really from Mars" is a valid conjecture. Full Answer

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No, it is a number. A conjecture is a theory that may or may not be true. Full Answer

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The Perpendicular bisector concurrency conjecture is the circumcenter Full Answer

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Action, if you don't carry out it, it's still a conjecture. Full Answer

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A counter example is a statement that shows conjecture is false. Full Answer

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The Goldbach conjecture is probably one of the best known. The conjecture is that every even number greater than 2 can be expressed as a sum of two primes. T. Oliveira e Silva has confirmed the conjecture for number up… Full Answer

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There is no logical conjecture that can be made for what could be an irregular polygon with an unknown number of sides. Of course, you could always conjecture anything. For example, that they will taste of strawberries. A conjecture that… Full Answer

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Any conjecture you want; a conjecture is merely an opinion or conclusion based on given information. Whether the conjecture is true or not is left to be proved (if provable at all). One opinion (conjecture) could be that the sum… Full Answer

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My conjecture (an opinion based on incomplete information) is that the product of two odd numbers is 22. There is no requirement for a conjecture to be true. Full Answer

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(conjecture: a statement expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence) "The report on possible terrorist plans was dismissed as mere conjecture." "The scientist would not conjecture on the effect the drilling might have on earthquake activity." Full Answer

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One possible conjecture: The product is always an odd number. Another possible conjecture: The product is always greater than either of them. Another possible conjecture: Both odd numbers are always factors of the product. Another possible conjecture: The product is… Full Answer

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There is no conjecture about the sum of the first 30 positive even numbers. The answer can be derived and proven. A statement that has been proven is no longer a conjecture. Full Answer

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20 (which is an even # greater then 2)=7+13 (which are both prime #s) Full Answer

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A famous conjecture is the Twin prime conjecture, which states that there are infinitely many "twin primes" - primes which are 2 apart (for example, 11 and 13, or 17 and 19, are twin primes) Full Answer

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You do not need a conjecture; you can calculate the answer. The answer is 10,100 Full Answer

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You can make whatever conjecture that you want: it does not have to be true or even logical. You could conjecture that the relationship is like the one between the Sun and the Earth! Full Answer