Theres a quiz tomorrow and i have never felt soo lost.. please explain well every step.. thank you so much Show that the following statemnet is true for all natural numbers n. 1 + 3 + 5 + ...+ (2n - 1 ) = n^2
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Originally Posted by NeedHelp18 Theres a quiz tomorrow and i have never felt soo lost.. please explain well every step.. thank you so much Show that the following statemnet is true for all natural numbers n. 1 + 3 + 5 + ...+ (2n - 1 ) = n^2 see problem 1 in the attachment (I found it using google by the way. this is a standard problem)
I'll assume that you've ever seen this symbol: ----- Start with the base case and prove that it's true. Now, let's assume our proposition for hence, it follows that We need to prove that Here's the proof:
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