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Mathematical Induction ConundrumFirst Conundrum: #2 20051031 09:51:29
Re: Mathematical Induction Conundrum"consider the group of 0 Canadians; clearly all the Canadians #3 20051031 09:59:01
Re: Mathematical Induction ConundrumAbout the 1st "conundrum" (whatever that means... #4 20051101 18:28:30
Re: Mathematical Induction ConundrumI'm not too sure I understand your notation for the solution to the first problem, could you restate that? #5 20051101 20:48:13
Re: Mathematical Induction ConundrumLet S = {0,1,2,3,...} and p(x) a statement (e.g.: "x+1>x for all x<6" ; "2x^2<x"; etc..). 