I don't know how to solve this problem. Prove that there is a unique positive integer greater than 1 that equals the sum of the positive integers less than it. I started of as condition 1: n>1 condition 2: sum = n - 1 I'm stuck
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Originally Posted by HelpMehPlz I don't know how to solve this problem. Prove that there is a unique positive integer greater than 1 that equals the sum of the positive integers less than it. I started of as condition 1: n>1 condition 2: sum = n - 1 I'm stuck The second condition is : .
Originally Posted by HelpMehPlz Prove that there is a unique positive integer greater than 1 that equals the sum of the positive integers less than it.
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