Is it (grammatically) correct to put “thus” at the end of a sentence, like in this example?
Most properties carry over directly. We only need to discuss them for one case thus.
I know that I could move thus to the beginning: “Thus we only need to discuss them for one case.” I try to not overuse such conjunctions at the beginning of sentences, as for me, it seems to disrupt the “flow”.
How about “hence” instead of “thus”, does it make a difference?