Pronunciation: /ˈkɒr.əˌlɛr.i/ Explain

A corollary is a theorem that follows easily from a proved theorem.[2] Corollaries are generally considered less important than the theorem from which they are derived.


  1. McAdams, David E.. All Math Words Dictionary, corollary. 2nd Classroom edition 20150108-4799968. pg 48. Life is a Story Problem LLC. January 8, 2015. Buy the book
  2. Tapson, Frank. corollary. pg 66. Oxford Mathematics Study Dictionary. Oxford University Press. March 2, 2006. Last Accessed 6/25/2018. Buy the book

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McAdams, David E. Corollary. 12/21/2018. All Math Words Encyclopedia. Life is a Story Problem LLC.

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