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Operation types of Prove-It expressions. An Operation has an operator and operand(s) and represents the operation of the operator being applied to the operands. For example, $x + y + z$ is an operation of the $+$ operator acting on $x$, $y$, and $z$ as operands.
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Local content of this theory
All axioms contained within this theory
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Presented proofs are not absolutely guaranteed. For assurance, it is important to check the structure
of the statement being proven, independently verify the derivation steps, track dependencies, and ensure that
employed axioms are valid and properly structured. Inconsistencies may exist, unknowingly, in this system.
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