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# Proving by Induction help watch

1. Prove by induction that 2^3n 1 is divisible by 3^n 1 for all n is greater than or equal to 0. Really stuck on this, any help would go a long way!
2. (Original post by bigwatts23)
Prove by induction that 2^3n 1 is divisible by 3^n 1 for all n is greater than or equal to 0. Really stuck on this, any help would go a long way!
Can you please post your question more clearly? E.g. what does 2^3n 1 mean?

Also, please post maths questions in the maths forum in future and you'll get a faster response. I've moved this thread for you.

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