How do I convert: (As far as I could get) Into: Code: Original sum: Use the method of induction to prove that: Help will be appreciated big time
Original sum: Use the method of induction to prove that:
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Originally Posted by ssadi How do I convert: (As far as I could get) Into: Code: Original sum: Use the method of induction to prove that: Notice that for the inductive step you need that (k+1) in place of k. Use the formula , taking , . That tells you that . Next, . Substitute the above fractional expression for into that, and it will become , which is what you want.
Originally Posted by Opalg Notice that for the inductive step you need that (k+1) in place of k. Use the formula , taking , . That tells you that . Next, . Substitute the above fractional expression for into that, and it will become , which is what you want. This trigonmetric stuff is tough, i may need some time to get the hang of it properly. Many thanks for your effort, even if it is childplay for you
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