How do I learn these???!!

CathyR
They should be in your maths book. If not just ask your teacher to help you learn them.

NRichardson24121999
practice, practice, practice it is the only way mcmxo

granners
im learning them aswell at the moment!! my teacher said its important to understand them first because then its so much easier to learn

ajacob2013
what does the question look like first of all

themathstutor.ie
For each theorem, make sure you understand the general idea of how the proof works, rather than trying to learn it by heart.
Then practice getting it down on paper.
You don't have to have it off by heart or have it exactly as per the book. It's best if you have the notation correct, but the main thing is to get the bare bones of it down. You can tidy up the notation once you have it down on paper.
Try this out with one or two theorems, and then build up to mastering the rest.
Here's the list of the ones you need:
JCO  no theorem proofs required
JCH  4, 6, 9, 14, 19
LCO  no theorem proofs required
LCH  4, 6, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 19 (which is really the 5 JCH ones plus 11, 12, 13)
Hope it helps!
Eamonn  TheMathsTutor.ie

mcmxo
thanks everyone! :)

themathstutor.ie
Correction: for LCH, you don't need to know the proofs of the JCH theorems. So it should be:
Here's the list of the ones you need:
JCO  no theorem proofs required
JCH  4, 6, 9, 14, 19
LCO  no theorem proofs required
LCH  11, 12, 13

anetukas45
the best thing how to learn them is to understand them. If u dont understand them u will not learn them

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