how to prove this when i do the base step of proving it works for 0 and zero is a multiple of 11 so assume now the inductive step using n+1. Where do i start?
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Originally Posted by Rapid_W how to prove this is a multiple of 11 when i do the base step of proving it works for 0 and zero is a multiple of 11 so assume now the inductive step using n+1. Where do i start? I added the part in bold...that seemed to be a very important part of the problem that was left out. Now, when you apply the inductive step, suppose for some that for some Now, it follows that , which is obviously a multiple of 11. Does this make sense?
yes i can completly follow this thanks
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