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A statement accepted as true as the basis for argument or inference, is


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Axioms


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A statement accepted as true as the basis for argument or inference, is axioms.

Let us consider an axiom of addition and multiplication.
Let $$x$$ and $$y$$ be real numbers.
Then $$x + y$$ is also a real number and $$xy$$ is also a real number.
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