Prove definition

Prove with respect to a fact means to meet the burden of establishing the fact (G.S. 25-1-201(b)(8)).
Prove with respect to a fact means to meet the burden of establishing the fact under section 1201(2)(h).
Prove with respect to a fact means to meet the burden of establishing the fact as defined in section 1201(2)(h).

Examples of Prove in a sentence

  • Prove the following analogy of the binomial theorem for factorials:n(x + y)n =(x)k(y)n−k .Σ n k=0kHint: Divide both sides by n!, and use the Cauchy–Vandermonde identity.Ex 1.12.

  • Prove that the eigenvectors of T associated with λ are the non-→0 vectors in the kernel of the map represented (with respect to the same bases) by T — λI.3.33 Prove that if a, .

  • It plays a critical role in the quality of case files that the police are placing before our courts.The Department has since developed a 3,600-page handbook entitled, The JCF’s Offences, Points to Prove and Authorities Handbook, 2021.

  • Prove that all taxes, fees and similar obligations have been paid.

  • Prove that linear functions grow by equal differences over equal intervals, and that exponential functions grow by equal factors over equal intervals.


More Definitions of Prove

Prove with respect to a fact means to meet the burden of
Prove with respect to a fact means to meet the burden of establishing the fact.
Prove with respect to a fact means to meet the burden of establishing the fact (section 554.1201, subsection 2, paragraph “h”).
Prove with respect to a fact means to meet the burden of establishing the fact (subdivision h of subsection 2 of section 41-01-09).
Prove with respect to a fact means to meet the burden of establishing the fact as defined in section 554.1201, subsection 2, paragraph “h”.
Prove with respect to a fact means to meet the burden of establishing a fact, as defined in s. 401.201 (2) (e).
Prove with respect to a fact means to meet the burden of establishing the fact (section 4-1-201 (b) (8)).