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Possible Answers: INANE, MERE, EASY, BARE, NAIVE, DAFT, BASIC, PLAIN, ONESTEP, ARTLESS, AUSTERE, EASYASPIE, HOMESPUN, ELEMENTARY, HOMELY, ELEMENTAL, REALEASY, NOFUSS, ASEASYASPIE, HASSLEFREE, EASYPEASY, EASYASABC, ABECEDARY.
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Random information on the term “EASY”:
Easy Hogar y Construcción is a chain of South American homecenters. The company was founded in Argentina in 1993, in Chile in 1994 and in Colombia in 2007 by Chilean Conglomerate Cencosud.
Easy, based in Santiago, Chile, was founded in Argentina in 1993 and the following year opened its first store in Chile. In 2001, it bought out The Home Depot and became Argentina’s number one home improvement company. The company has 82 branches in South America, 29 in Chile, 49 in Argentina (plus 10 Blaisten construction supply stores), and 4 in Colombia.
Random information on the term “DAFT”:
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Random information on the term “ELEMENTARY”:
In proof theory, a branch of mathematical logic, elementary function arithmetic, also called EFA, elementary arithmetic and exponential function arithmetic, is the system of arithmetic with the usual elementary properties of 0, 1, +, ×, xy, together with induction for formulas with bounded quantifiers.
EFA is a very weak logical system, whose proof theoretic ordinal is ω3, but still seems able to prove much of ordinary mathematics that can be stated in the language of first-order arithmetic.
EFA is a system in first order logic (with equality). Its language contains:
Bounded quantifiers are those of the form ∀(x<y) and ∃ (x<y) which are abbreviations for ∀ x (x<y)→,,, and ∃x (x<y)∧… in the usual way.
The axioms of EFA are
Harvey Friedman’s grand conjecture implies that many mathematical theorems, such as Fermat’s last theorem, can be proved in very weak systems such as EFA.
The original statement of the conjecture from Friedman (1999) is: