Prove that . for n in the set of all positive numbers. Base case is obvious. So, tried using n = k, and adding k+1. But then I get a load of terms and it gets too messy to handle. Any advice?
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Originally Posted by BlackBlaze Prove that . for n in the set of all positive numbers. Base case is obvious. So, tried using n = k, and adding k+1. But then I get a load of terms and it gets too messy to handle. Any advice? Hint . That's easier to work with.
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