Hey, guys! I'm sure it's been done before, so if anyone could point me to the past thread or post it here, that'd be great! My brother needs to prove by induction that aˆm • aˆn = aˆ(n+m) Thank you so much! Glad to be part of this forum :-)
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Originally Posted by Polyxendi Hey, guys! I'm sure it's been done before, so if anyone could point me to the past thread or post it here, that'd be great! My brother needs to prove by induction that aˆm • aˆn = aˆ(n+m) Thank you so much! Glad to be part of this forum :-) Let be any positive integer. We shall prove, . If then we got which is true. Now complete the inductive step. Can you do that?
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker Let be any positive integer. We shall prove, . If then we got which is true. Now complete the inductive step. Can you do that? Actually you could start the base case as n = 0 (provided that , which is a condition you are likely using anyway.) -Dan
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