s conjecture

543 examples (0.03 sec)
  • How could she so trust her father's conjectures? Cited from The Woodlanders, by Thomas Hardy
  • Grothendieck's conjecture is that these necessary conditions, for almost all p, should be sufficient.
  • The statement that this be the case is known as Michael's Conjecture.
  • I know not whether Dr. WARBURTON's conjecture be not better than mine. Cited from Notes to Shakespeare, Vol. III: The Tragedies, by Samuel Johnson
  • He is also doing work on Oppermann's conjecture about the distribution of prime numbers.
  • However, the physician's conjectures were of an entirely different nature. Cited from The Count's Millions, by Emile Gaboriau
  • Manin's conjecture has been decided for special families of varieties, but is still open in general.
  • Of these three properties, Zooko's conjecture states that no single kind of name can achieve more than two.
  • Wegener's conjecture, that they were composed of water ice, was later shown to be correct.
  • One of his most famous achievements is his proof of Lusin's conjecture.
  • In fact, there is no single value of a for which Artin's conjecture is proved.
  • In short, Diantha's conjectures had been entirely second-hand, and not even meant to be taken seriously. Cited from Red Masquerade, by Louis Joseph Vance
  • Thus, Cannon's conjecture would be true if all such subdivision rules were conformal.
  • Frank's conjecture turned out to be correct, for it was nearly a week before the lieutenant concluded that his work in the town was done. Cited from Army Boys on German Soil, by Homer Randall
  • The weak form of Hall's conjecture would follow from the ABC conjecture.
  • Mr. Attorney's conjecture was, as we shall find, correct. Cited from Trial of Mary Blandy, edited by William Roughead
  • The sound of some one approaching from the direction of the castle interrupted Bobby's conjectures. Cited from Helen of the Old House, by Harold Bell Wright
  • The answer to this question still further strengthened Mr. Campbell's conjecture. Cited from Fians, Fairies and Picts, by David MacRitchie
  • Thus, Rota's conjecture is true in this case as well.
  • Her last major result was a proof of Nikiel's conjecture.
  • Next »