Question, Prove by distributive law : is true for all n>= 3 any one got a clue on this problem? I am lost....
Last edited by oldguy; November 22nd 2007 at 11:19 AM.
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Originally Posted by oldguy Question, Prove by distributive law : is true for all n>= 3 any one got a clue on this problem? I am lost.... since you asked for a clue...use induction. the claim for n = 1 is by definition, use that to prove the claim true for n = 2, then use induction to show it's true for n >= 3
Thanks for the clue. I will try your suggestion.
Does any one know how to get started with this proble as Jhevon suggested?
Originally Posted by oldguy Question, Prove by distributive law : is true for all n>= 3 any one got a clue on this problem? I am lost.... Well, you know that So now consider the case for Define a new set . What is ? -Dan
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