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How to get better at justifications?

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Being precise with knowing definitions (and theorems) is pretty much all there is to it. It's not often you have to genuinely "explain" something until things get very advanced. It's usually "it's true because that's the definition".

And lots of things make sense that are false. Justification means appealing to something outside you.

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