Hello everyone. I was wondering wether people think that mathematical conclusions can be provisional?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I know about conjectures, but are they really part of maths?

Finally, my definition of an axiom is: self evident and accepted

Do you people think that there are better definitions than mine? (please make them short and nice).

Fun to hear what you think!

-Svensken

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# Axioms and truth in maths?

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