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Asked Feb 6, 2020

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Step 1

Consider the given statement be *P*(*n*) as;

Apply induction methods to prove the above statement *P*(*n*) as follows.

For n=2,

LHS=22=4

RHS

Here, 2<6. The statement is true for n=2.

Assume that the given statement is true for some natural number *k*.

That is,

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