, > n0, P(n)
I am trying to prove that there are an infinite number of values n for which the
property P(n) is true.
My initial thoughts are to assume only a limited n for which P(n) is true, for example only P(1), P(2) and P(3) are true and the rest is false. Then prove impossible, but I got stuck.
Could someone please help?
Thanks in advance