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What is wrong with this "proof"Theorem" For every positive

Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications | 7th Edition | ISBN: 9780073383095 | Authors: Kenneth Rosen ISBN: 9780073383095 37

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Problem 50E

What is wrong with this "proof?"Theorem" For every positive integer n, Basis Step: The formula is true for n = 1.Inductive Step: Suppose that . Then= By the inductive hypothesis, completing the inductive step.

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January 23 rd Atoms and molecules adopt shapes that maximize the distance between valence electron pairs. Ex: Methane (CH ) 4 - For 4 electron pairs, maximal distance occurs as a tetrahedral shape. - All bond angles in this shape are 109.5 degrees. But about the orbitals involved in bonding We use planes to show how electrons move around. However, if electrons bonded strictly to these orbitals, it would not result in a tetrahedral shape. Therefore, the orbitals are combined, or hybridized. Formulas and Isomerism There

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Textbook: Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications
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Author: Kenneth Rosen
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