Hello, dnftp!
I have two issues with this problem . . .
I want to find 2^3^(k+1) in terms of k.
[1] The expression is already in terms of
. . .So what are they asking us to do?
[2] There are two ways to read this problem.
. . .
I want to find 2^3^(k+1) in terms of k.
I think that 2^3^(k+1)=(2^3^k)^3 is true, however I don't understand how to manipulate these double exponents
I have looked for 'rules' unsuccessfully, can anyone enlighten me?
Also if someone could please show me how to write double exponents in latex that would be great.
Hi, Soroban
Yes I worded the question badly.
I want to use induction to prove a statement.
I have been given , I apply the inductive step k + 1, to get , and want to rewrite this without k+1, just k.
What I had previously written was