In the mathematical sense a theory is a system of true knowledge about some set of mathematical phenomena able of being formalized in an axiomatical-deductive fashion. Sometimes the term theory is confused with the term theorem or conjecture. Although, arguably, the only distinction between a conjecture and a theory is frequency of implementation and expected reliability, since no axiomatic principle is proven.

Examples of a theory are:

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