Complete the proof of case 2 of the strong induction argument in Example 11.5.5. In other words, show that if k is an odd integer and for every integer i with , then .
To prove that .
k is an odd integer with and for each integer i with .
Since k is odd, so is even.
by the definition of …….
by inductive hypothesis
As, k is odd, and so,
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