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    Hi guys just wanted to know whether we are meant to know how to prove de moirves thereom, for when n is a positive number. By proof by induction.

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    Hi guys just wanted to know whether we are meant to know how to prove de moirves thereom, for when n is a positive number. By proof by induction.

    Many thanks
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    No harm in learning it
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    Hi guys just wanted to know whether we are meant to know how to prove de moirves thereom, for when n is a positive number. By proof by induction.

    Many thanks




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    No, but you should do it to put your skills to test. It's a slightly harder induction than you're accustomed to from FP1
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    Hi guys just wanted to know whether we are meant to know how to prove de moirves thereom, for when n is a positive number. By proof by induction.

    Many thanks




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    You need to learn the proof both for when n is a positive number and when it is negative~its all in the textbook anyway.
 
 
 
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