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"Quod erat demonstrandum" is a latin phrase. It means "what was to be shown". Its initialism q.e.d. is mainly used at the end of mathematical or philosophical proofs. In many languages around the world scientists and philosophers use either this term or a translated equivalent (a phrase which means exactly the same in their language). There are two reasons why I chose this name:

  1. People from around the world know this term and what it means.
  2. I really like science and philosophy.

You can find more information on my German Wikipedia user page: q.e.d.

Du findest weitere Informationen über mich auf meiner Benutzerseite in der deutschen Wikipedia: q.e.d.

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en-4 This user has near native speaker knowledge of English.
la-3 Hic usor probe ac Latine conferre potest.
es-2 Esta persona tiene un conocimiento intermedio del español.
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