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# Prove that 3 + 3 ? 5 + 3 ? 52+ ??? + 3 ? 5n=3(5n+l?1)/4

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Problem 7E

Prove that 3 + 3 ∙ 5 + 3 ∙ 52+ ∙∙∙ + 3 ∙ 5n=3(5n+l−1)/4 whenever n is a nonnegative integer.

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Chapter 3Assembly Language Fundamentals (MASM Specific) 3.1 Microsoft syntax notation: • [ …] optional elements. • {…} require a choice of one of the elements. Basic Language Elements • Comments always begin with a semi-colon ; • Size keywords: Work like data types, but any type of data can be used. ◦ Limits size of variable, not type. • Segments: designated areas. ◦ .code ◦ .data ◦ .stack Integer Literals • Integer literal (integer constant): made up of: ◦ (optional) leading sign. ◦ one or more digits. ◦ (optional) radix character. ▪ indicates the number’s base. ◦ [{+ | -}] digits [radix] • If no radix, assume it is in decimal form. • Radix values: ◦

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