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Exercise 5 questions B and/or C

Step 1

Refer to the question, in mathematical induction first prove that the equation holds for n=1.

Then we have to assume that the equation holds for n=k and then prove that the equation also holds for n=k+1. Here the provided equation in first part is,

Step 2

Now follow the steps as mentioned above.

Step 3

Now prove for n=k+1 and then by induction on n, the equa...

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