i did use the base case and find it true

1=1

0^3+1^3=0+1*0+1

im not good with latex but in my paper the right side just to make it more "simple" for me i did write it as 2 times that instend to have ^2...

ima proof for k+1 and need tips :S im lost

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- Nov 9th 2012, 06:26 AMPetrusneed induction proof help

i did use the base case and find it true

1=1

0^3+1^3=0+1*0+1

im not good with latex but in my paper the right side just to make it more "simple" for me i did write it as 2 times that instend to have ^2...

ima proof for k+1 and need tips :S im lost - Nov 9th 2012, 10:21 AMfkfRe: need induction proof help
You can use the fact that the right side is just a square of a ordinary arithmetic sum.

sum = n/2(a_1+a_n) - Nov 9th 2012, 11:01 AMPlatoRe: need induction proof help
- Nov 9th 2012, 11:11 AMMarkFLRe: need induction proof help
This is an exercise I gave to the OP to practice induction, and the suggestion given by

**Plato**is exactly what I had in mind.