## Tagline

*An ex lover is invited in a marriage. What’s there in it for us?*

## Mnemonic Video

## Mnemonic Dictionary

**Mnemonic**

An X (ex) invited on marriage day is trouble

This is a universally recognized principle

**Word –** Axiom

**Meaning – **A universally recognized principle

**Part of Speech –** *noun*

**Synonyms – ***principle, theorem, adage, precept *

**Antonyms – ***nonsense, absurdity*

**Axiom sentences**

**1 **If we all are gifted and special why doesn’t it look like it? The answer lies in an axiom we follow religiously: play it safe.

**2 **Save the environment is a universally accepted axiom then why aren’t stronger measures been taken to save this planet.

**3 **Isn’t it a historically accurate axiom that ‘history repeats itself’?

**4 **In many old axioms lies the wisdom of our forefathers.

**5 **‘Money attracts money’ is a popular axiom we use whenever we discuss finance.

**6 **When I asked him to prove his statement, he said that it was an axiom.

**Under the Lens: Difference between Axiom, Principle and Theorem**

These words indicate statements of fact or generality which are considered to be true or fundamental.

Principle is the most general of these terms. In this context it means a fundamental, primary or general law from which others are derived.

An axiom is a statement that is considered to be true. It is self-evident and doesn’t need to be proven.

A theorem is derived from axioms and other logical connectives. It is not self-evident and needs to be proven.