When using math induction on inequalities, I know we can drop positive values from the inequality without altering the meaning.
How can I word that better. I have wrote so far: Since are both positive, we can drop them from the inequality without .....
How can I finish that sentence?
Thanks.
My question has nothing to do with the problem but on how to word something; therefore, there is nothing I can copy from a book or problem set.
Example:
We can drop the two and not affect the inequality.
For this example, I might write, since 2 is positive, I can drop it from the inequality without .....
How can I finish that sentence.
(1) breaking it; (2) making it false; (3) violating it; (4) changing its direction.For this example, I might write, since 2 is positive, I can drop it from the inequality without .....
We can drop positive summands from the lesser side of the inequality.I know we can drop positive values from the inequality without altering the meaning