Use induction to prove that for every integer $\displaystyle n \geq 4$, $\displaystyle 3^n > n^3 $.
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I don't understand where the term $\displaystyle k^3+3k^2+4k$ came from in the middle line. Could anyone explain?
Use induction to prove that for every integer $\displaystyle n \geq 4$, $\displaystyle 3^n > n^3 $.
Here's the solution:
I don't understand where the term $\displaystyle k^3+3k^2+4k$ came from in the middle line. Could anyone explain?