Hi Guys I have a question for you. The statement is : Let ao = 3, and let a_(n+1) = (an + 7)^(1/2) if n > 0. Prove that 3 < a„ < 4 for all n > 0. Thanks a lot for the help.
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Originally Posted by joksy Hi Guys I have a question for you. The statement is : Let ao = 3, and let a_(n+1) = (an + 7)^(1/2) if n > 0. Prove that 3 < a„ < 4 for all n > 0. Thanks a lot for the help. prove that 3 < a,, < 4 ?? what is a,, ?
Hello, joksy! Let , and let Prove that: . Verify . . . True Assume Add 7: . So we have: . We have shown that is true. . . The inductive proof is complete.
doh. Thanks a lot jhevon, I did see this trick... I have to work a lot on more exercise !! But anyway thanks a lot
Originally Posted by joksy doh. Thanks a lot jhevon, I did see this trick... I have to work a lot on more exercise !! But anyway thanks a lot well, it was Soroban that helped you
Sorry where a red your name... so THANKS SOROBAN and sorry for the misunderstanding. and for you thanks for tell me the error. Have a nice day guys
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