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How to Pronounce qed?

Correct pronunciation for the word "qed" is [kˈɛd], [kˈɛd], [k_ˈɛ_d].

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"Qed" in context

Qed (which stands for "quod erat demonstrandum") is a Latin phrase used to indicate the end of a mathematical proof. It is typically used by mathematicians and scientists to indicate that a proof has been completed and a statement is now considered to be demonstrated. QED is also sometimes used colloquially to denote an agreement on a certain point.

In a mathematical proof, QED is typically used after the last step of a proof. It indicates that the proof has been completed and that the statement can now be accepted as demonstrated.

Usage over time for qed:

This graph shows how "qed" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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