A new Twitter account is out to prove various bit of math in the space of a single tweet.

Assuming that you have worked your way through a proof or two in your life â and who hasnât â you will remember their trickiness, and length. However, given the terse character limit of Twitter, the folks behind @TinyProof are pressed for space.

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The result of that length constriction is the following, for example:

Iâm going to hose this up, so math folks correct me in the comments, but I think that this says something along the following lines: The function âfâ is continuous for value between a and b; Â for the value a, f(a) â read as âf of aâ â is less than value y, which is less than value derived from f(b); there is a value x inside the set bounded by a and b such that f(x) is less than y. Something something something there exists a value c such that f(c)= y.

In other words, provided that y is between the values of f(a) and f(b), and the function isÂ continuous, there will exists a value c between a and b that will solve for y.

I proved this in college. Professor Hadari, I am so sorry.

A similar Twitter account, @ProofInATweet exists, but doesnât appear to be very active. More of this sort of thing, please.

Top Image Credit: Sharat GanapatiÂ Via the Math subreddit

Shh. Here's some distraction