QED

Abbreviation for quod erat demonstrandum, used to denote the end of a proof.
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QED

Qualitative European Drug Research Network
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QED

Quod erat demonstrandum, Q.E.D., QED Which was the thing to be demonstrated; Which was to be demonstrated. A formula appended at the end of a proof in geometry, or other mathematical solution, with the meaning, 'We have proven the proposition we set out to prove.'
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Qed

QED is an abbreviation for Quantum Electrodynamics
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QED

Abbreviation for quod erat demonstrandum (Latin `which was to be proved`), added at the end of a geometry proof, but also sometimes used in speech and writing. The school child `spoof` translation is `Quite Easily Done`
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QED

[play] QED is a play by American playwright Peter Parnell which chronicles (part of) a day in the life of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman. It presents scenes from a day in Feynman`s life, less than two years before his death, interweaving many strands from Feynman`s biography, from the Manhattan project to the Challenger inqui...
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QED

[text editor] QED is a line-oriented computer text editor that was developed by Butler Lampson and L. Peter Deutsch for the Berkeley Timesharing System running on the SDS 940. It was implemented by L. Peter Deutsch and Dana Angluin between 1965 and 1966. QED (for `quick editor`) addressed teleprinter usage, but systems `for CRT displays [we...
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qed

I've made my Point
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