Jacobi's theorem


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Jacobi's theorem

[jə′kō·bēz ‚thir·əm]
(mathematics)
The proposition that a periodic, analytic function of a complex variable is simply periodic or doubly periodic.
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Here you will find proof strategies including proofs of Ceva's Theorem and Jacobi's Theorem and examples of how one result in concurrency can be used to prove others.