Trivial means "obvious", if something is trivial it means very little work needs to be done to show it holds. Trivial can also mean the argument is vacuous, for example [ilmath]\forall x\in X[P(X)][/ilmath] holds, when [ilmath]X\eq\emptyset[/ilmath] is it vacuously true.
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Trivial may refer to:
- Algebraic objects:
- Trivial (ring of sets)
- Trivial (sigma-ring of sets)
- Trivial (topology) - AKA: indiscrete topology
- Trivial (metric)