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Prove that if h > ?l, then 1 + nh ? (1 + h)n for all non-

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Problem 25E

Problem 25E

Prove that if h > −l, then 1 + nh ≤ (1 + h)n for all non- negative integers n. This is called Bernoulli's inequality.

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