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    If you prove something by induction, does it matter what method you use? Does it have to be the most efficient to score all the marks? THANKS!!
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    (Original post by CIEBioloysifh)
    If you prove something by induction, does it matter what method you use? Does it have to be the most efficient to score all the marks? THANKS!!
    No. It just needs to be correct.
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    I dont know but how do you export a question?

    Yes as long as the statements are still true and youve done the basis, assumption, inductive and conclusive steps
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    No. It just needs to be correct.
    Legend. Cheers!

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    I dont know but how do you export a question?

    Yes as long as the statements are still true and youve done the basis, assumption, inductive and conclusive steps
    Eh?
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    Sorry i meant no as long as all the steps are right
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    (Original post by glad-he-ate-her)
    Sorry i meant no as long as all the steps are right
    Alright, thanks man!
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    as long as it is a watertight series of steps it is fine.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    as long as it is a watertight series of steps it is fine.
    Thanking you!
 
 
 
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