Lemma 15.74.6. Let $R$ be a ring. Let $K^\bullet$ be a bounded complex of perfect $R$-modules. Then $K^\bullet$ is a perfect complex.

Proof. Follows by induction on the length of the finite complex: use Lemma 15.74.4 and the stupid truncations. $\square$

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