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Proof test         
  • Airsoft gun with German F proof mark and sign from the Firearms Testing Commission Suhl
  • Catastrophically burst barrel of a muzzle loader pistol replica. During proofing the barrel was loaded with nitrocellulose powder instead of black powder. The barrel was not able to withstand the higher pressures of the modern propellant.
  • German definitive smokeless powder proof marks (eagle over N figure) issued by the ''Beschussamt Ulm'' C.I.P. accredited proof house (antlers figure) on a [[Walther PPS]] pistol
A proof test is a form of stress test to demonstrate the fitness of a load-bearing structure. An individual proof test may apply only to the unit tested, or to its design in general for mass-produced items.
Mathematical proof         
RIGOROUS DEMONSTRATION THAT A MATHEMATICAL STATEMENT FOLLOWS FROM ITS PREMISES
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A mathematical proof is an inferential argument for a mathematical statement, showing that the stated assumptions logically guarantee the conclusion. The argument may use other previously established statements, such as theorems; but every proof can, in principle, be constructed using only certain basic or original assumptions known as axioms, along with the accepted rules of inference.
Mathing         
RIGOROUS DEMONSTRATION THAT A MATHEMATICAL STATEMENT FOLLOWS FROM ITS PREMISES
TheoremProving; Proof (mathematics); Proof (math); Mathematical Proof; Proving (math); Maths proofs; Mathematical proofs; Proof techniques; Proof Techniques; Demonstration (proof); Derivation (mathematical logic); Methods of proof; Proof method; Skipped step; Essential step; Theorem-proving; Two-column proof; Mathing; Types of proof; Math proof; History of mathematical proof; Mathematical derivation; Geometric proof; Geometrical proof
The act of doing Math...If one who is using paint is painting, then one who is using numbers and equations should be described as mathing.
The calculus students were in the lounge mathing before class.