QED - quod erat demonstrandum

<logic, rethoric> Latin for "what was to be proven". Hence, a common way of identifying the conclusion of a mathematical or logical argument. (It doesn't really mean "Quite Easily Done").

[A Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names]

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