I'm stuck on this question:
State the principle of mathematical induction, and use it to prove that for
So far I've done this:
is a statement for each natural number , where . is true if:
- P(n) is true for n = 4.
- If it is true for arbitrary n, it is also true for n + 1.
For , , hence true.
And that's where I get stuck. RHS should be , but that only occurs when n = 1.