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corollary:

see theoremtheorem,
in mathematics and logic, statement in words or symbols that can be established by means of deductive logic; it differs from an axiom in that a proof is required for its acceptance.
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corollary

Logic a proposition that follows directly from the proof of another proposition
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For [alpha] = 1, a = 1/4, b = 3/4 and f same as in above corollary, we obtain:
Mathalon of Yale University in New Haven hypothesized that speaking generates a corollary discharge of motor speech commands that are transmitted to the auditory cortex, suppressing or dampening its response to self-generated speech sounds.
Corollary 2 - Storage pricing falls between 35-40% per year.
2 still the subordination part of the result holds so we obtain the following corollary as a straight forward consequence to the first part of Theorem 2.
Corollary - If there is a worse time for something to go wrong, it will happen then.
The problem with the Corollary design, Shriner explained, is that it uses a shared bus set-up that marries two Intel four ways in the Corollary eight way 'crossbar'.
Under this corollary, inventors, scientists, and manufacturers would have to prove that their creations wouldn't cause harm - ever - to the environment or human health before they would be allowed to offer them to the public.
Since it is normally the case that autarky factor prices in a country are inversely related to the physical abundance of the corresponding factors, this corollary can be interpreted as saying that countries will on an average tend to be net exporters (importers) of their abundant (scarce) factors.
The rating upgrades are the result of collateral performance measures inside of Fitch's original base case expectations and the corollary increasing levels of credit enhancement available to each class of notes.
By the above theorem, we immediately get the following corollary.
Among the key questions researchers hope the worm may help them answer is how the corollary discharge phenomenon works, and how it aids in neural plasticity.